Stripe Integration Launched at Church of England National Giving Conference
The Give A Little team was thrilled to contribute to this year’s Church of England National Giving Conference along with conference sponsor, Stripe.May 5, 2022
The Give A Little team was thrilled to contribute to this year’s Church of England National Giving Conference along with conference sponsor, Stripe. At the conference we announced that Parish Buying members can now register for, and integrate, Stripe as a payment processor for web donations, all from within the Give A Little platform.
Give A Little's new full-time team, Vicky Hewlett - Community Manager, and Eduardo Skinner - Product Manager, joined Guiseppe Verni - Stripe Engineer, for the event which was attended by 60 National giving Advisors at Lambeth Palace in London.
Parish Buying members can now benefit from a special low transaction fee for browser based donations if they register with Stripe through the platform. Stripe supports all major payment cards, as well as the use of Apple Pay and Google Pay which makes it much easier for a donor to pay using their smartphone wallet. When combined with a QR code to launch a web donation page, this is particularly quick and easy for the donor. Stripe also supports individual donations via Give A Little web campaigns up to a limit of £999,999.99.
Nicolas Jenni, National Procurement Officer, Church of England, says:
‘We are extremely pleased to be able to offer parishes access to Give A Little premium accounts for 2022 so that they have a range of ways to receive contactless and online donations with the lowest possible fees. Give A Little provides a community model that allows even the smallest churches to collect donations using the latest digital technologies. The platform enables churches to create engaging campaigns without any technical knowledge making it easy for churches to receive digital donations, which are typically higher than cash donations. Over 3,000 churches are now using Give A Little and we will onboard many more in the coming months as we support our churches in their digital journey.’
For more information and a step-by-step guide on how to get started please visit the