Cashless donations platform raises £10m in three years

Cashless donations provider Give A Little has raised £10m since it launched three years ago, its latest figures have revealed.

The platform supports charities including Cancer Research UK and London Zoo through taking donations via contactless and online donations.

“The Give A Little team is incredibly proud to reach this £10m milestone,” said the platform’s founder Ben Stewart.

“We set out to ensure charities, especially the smallest ones, would not be left behind by the acceleration towards a cashless society and it’s testament to the team’s dedication that we have built such a robust customer base in such a short time, and mainly through word of mouth.

“We designed Give A Little from the outset to easily accommodate changing technology and to integrate with a range of portable and fixed donation points and a choice of payment processors.

“This allows charities to keep up with the latest innovations while at the same time eliminating technology risks and the inherent costs of change and helps further by removing the need for staff to be trained as experts.”

A total of 4,000 charities have been supported by the platform so far.

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