With contactless giving, your charity can receive online donations in person by letting people donate simply by tapping their mobile phone or contactless card.
Using our seamless LibertyPay integration, you can buy or hire a contactless donation method pre-linked to your charity’s JustGiving account. And because we’re your payment merchant, it’s ready to use right away.
Contactless giving options
Contactless donation devices
Freestanding and handheld contactless donation devices are perfect for accepting donations at fundraising events, or if you serve people at a physical location.
You can choose pre-defined donation amounts to make it even easier for people to make a difference for you. And you can have your device pre-linked to your JustGiving account to save time and manual work.
QR codes are familiar, fast, and simple. QR codes on your charity’s printed or digital material like leaflets, table toppers, posters, or digital adverts easily bring your donations online.
Donors can scan a code to make payments on their mobile or tablet that exceed the contactless limit of £100, making them flexible for many scenarios.
Leverage ultra-fast mobile donations triggered by the NFC technology people already have built into their phones.
This option is perfect for in-store signage, or leaflets, and directs your donors to your donation page by simply tapping the NFC tag.
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Contactless giving is growing
charities already using some form of contactless giving
donations on JustGiving that come from mobile devices
people using contactless payments at least once per month
How are charities using contactless donations?
Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK’s creative “Tap here” board called out key stats that encouraged donations in a crowded shopping centre.
Myeloma UK worked with comedian Joe Lycett to raise £9,000+ by combining QR codes with donation buckets at in-person events.
The Scottish Poppy Appeal
The Scottish Poppy Appeal made their display more interactive by enabling people to donate simply by tapping their phone to the poppy.
“We found that many visitors to the hospice and at our events simply do not carry cash. And to avoid the hassle of finding a nearby cash machine, we are pleased to have the contactless card option for donations.”
- Jessie May Children's Hospice
15 Nov 2023
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The stats behind contactless giving
75% of charities believe contactless donations can grow income. See more of the payment trends and research behind contactless giving.
LibertyPay is a payment solutions company specialising in contactless giving. They have years of experience helping charities, big and small, make the most of contactless technology.
Yes! Our partnership means charities don’t need to take on the lengthy process of becoming a payment merchant as JustGiving is already one.
Once you’ve spoken to LibertyPay, and chosen your device, you can be and up running in as little as two weeks. Charities registered on JustGiving automatically benefit from the LibertyPay integration and can get set up with contactless giving even faster.
LibertyPay has a wide range of contactless donation boxes you can buy or rent. A 5% fee applies to donations made via LibertyPay devices connected to JustGiving. See the devices and learn more on the LibertyPay website.
No, LibertyPay’s devices don’t require you or your volunteers to use their own mobile phones to receive contactless donations.
Easily access your contactless donations just like your online donations, right within your JustGiving reports.