Payacharity has added to its existing range of contactless donation boxes with the introduction of a new wall mounted display unit.
The new wall mounted display incorporates the Payter P66 contactless donation box into an acrylic casing which can be made in any specified colour and can be branded using a charity’s logo and additional artwork. Working in a similar way to contactless card terminals in the retail sector, the Payter contactless donation boxes can accept a single set donation amount or set increments such as £2, £5, £10 if charities want to offer choice to the donor.
Ideal for charities looking to take advantage of contactless donations, the new contactless wall display units are suitable for attended and unattended locations, such as reception areas of museums, churches, window displays and even busy commuter thoroughfares – encouraging spontaneous donations.
Payacharity Director Bill Thomson, commented: “We’re always working really hard to find new ways for charities to take advantage of contactless donations. The introduction of these new wall mounted display units provides charities with an additional option to help increase donations.”
Organisations like Payacharity now make it easy for charities to roll-out a contactless donation solution as part of their fundraising strategy. Each step of the process from application for a merchant account, set-up, fulfilment and support of the donation boxes is taken care of by Payacharity, leaving charities to focus on their fundraising activities.
To find out more about Payacharity’s new contactless donation wall display unit please call 0333 123 1243