Fundraising & Charities

Charities: mobile is your new fundraiser

With the public’s charity engagement in decline, charities must adapt quickly and make donations easier, more accessible and, where traditional street collections are used, less intrusive.

Our Microincasso (InstantPay) platform, in-app payments or Premium SMS, allow charities to provide their supporters with quick and user friendly methods of donating, whenever and wherever they want. We have proven that charities are more successful in fundraising when they implement mobile platforms. Our experience in the mobile solutions industry and our multiple platforms are the solution, both now and for the future.

Use Cases

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KWF Cancer Research Society

The KWF Cancer Research Society uses SMS donations during its annual cycling event, Alpe d'HuZes. Donors can give money by texting the name of their supported rider and the donation amount to a short code.

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UNICEF

In the lead-up to his 2013 'Take The Crown' tour, pop star Robbie Williams called on his fans to support UNICEF with a donation. In a personal video, Williams asked his fans to send a text to 4666. In doing so, each fan donated one euro to UNICEF.

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whydonate

The smartphone app whydonate offers charities its platform to make donations easier. With one simple click, a charity and an amount can be selected by the user, with Microincasso processing the transaction through their bank account. Simple, clever and secure.

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Serious Request

During the annual Red Cross charity event in the Netherlands, radio station 3FM uses SMS to enable donations. Thanks to our Microincasso (InstantPay) platform, all of the donations for Serious Request can be processed with one simple SMS.

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