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Bespoke contactless offering plate, goodplate, is helping churches combat covid restrictions and increase donations this festive period 

 

  •  GoodBox is the world’s first ‘one stop shop’ for charitable giving, helping charities thrive in a digital world through contactless and digital fundraising technology.
  • The GoodPlate is custom-built for the church fundraising environment, a traditional offering plate style enables donors to give cash, Gift Aid slips or contactless donations.

GoodBox, the fintech revolutionising how we give, is helping religious organisations maximise Christmas donations during this critical fundraising period. The GoodPlate is custom-built for the church fundraising environment, enabling donors to give cash, Gift Aid slips or contactless donations. This bespoke solution is designed to have the look and feel of a traditional offering plate whilst integrating the latest contactless technology, allowing religious organisations to maximise donations with a simple tap of a bank card or smart phone.

The pandemic has impacted traditional church donations this year as social distancing rules have reduced church services. COVID has also accelerated the decline of cash usage in the UK by almost 40% making it vital for not-for-profit and religious organisations to offer a contactless solution to ensure they can maximise fundraising opportunities as fewer people carry cash.

Since its inception in 2016, GoodBox has supported the charity sector by providing charities with a range of digital fundraising solutions and award-winning contactless technology. Its innovative tools help charity partners to reach new donors, raise more funds and tell their stories more vividly.

GoodBox Co-Founder & Managing Director Francesca Hodgson says: “It has been a tough year for religious organisations as the pandemic has removed many traditional fundraising activities. We are delighted to see so many starting to benefit from our contactless technology and maximising donations during the festive period. Our team has worked tirelessly to ensure that religious organisations and charities have access to our innovative tools to help them access new donors and raise funds without having to rely on cash donations alone.

About GoodBox:

Since its inception in 2016, GoodBox has supported the charity sector during challenging times, be it an ever-growing cashless society or the effects of a global pandemic. How? GoodBox provides charities with a single point of entry to a range of digital fundraising solutions and award-winning contactless technology. Its innovative tools help charity partners to reach new donors, raise more funds and tell their stories more vividly.

GoodBox is proud to have partnered with over 1,600 charities across the UK, including the Church of England, Christian Aid and Natural History Museum. Most importantly, it has helped charities increase their donation income by up to 85%.

GoodBox is headquartered in Manchester, with a growing team who are passionate about tech for good.

For more information, please visit: www.goodbox.com

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