3 ways charities are increasing income during lockdown

How to

Most industries have taken a hit over the last few months, but few have felt it quite as badly as our charity industry.

What can we do to help?

Quite simply: Give.

Give our time. Give our money. Give our attention.

"No one has ever become poor by giving."

— Anne Frank (Diary of Anne Frank: the play)

There are so many creative ways you can personally give to charities and raise awareness. Here are some cool ideas:

  • Donate your commute
  • Give what you’re saving on gourmet coffee (where the majority of my wages are lost)
  • Include a link to your favourite charity in your out of office automatic reply

All of these ideas are pretty helpful and will go some way in supporting the charity industry.

However, the best way you can raise money is by doing what you do best, and finding how you can do that to benefit others.

That is exactly what Payhere are doing:

Making payments simple, accessible and effective.

Empowering charities to generate more income. 30% more.

How has this tool been so effective?

1. One link, everywhere.

Once you’ve created a payment link, you are ready to plaster it anywhere and everywhere you can think of.

Social media bios are perfect, eg Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok (if you’re down with the kids) and your email.

2.Seriously Simple.

Say goodbye to page upon page, scrolling and zooming.

It couldn’t be any easier for donors to make a payment.

It’s this seamless experience which increases our charities’ checkout conversation rate.

3.More recurring donors.

With a click on a box, this momentary sense of generosity creates a lifetime of support.

No more guessing and hoping for funds. Plan your activity with certainty.

How can we help you?

We would love for you to connect with us, and let us know how we can help you, your charity or a charity that you care about.

Drop us a message on twitter @PayHerePayments or email me at joel@payhere.co.

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