E118: Save The Pennies With Sean Donnelly And Matt Smithson
The digital transformation we've seen in 10 months is more than we might have achieved in 10 years if the pandemic hadn't happened.
In an increasingly cashless society, and a Covid-19 world where fundraising is needing to change and adapt, how can charities continue to affect change through donated pennies?
In this episode we speak with the Sean Donnelly and Matt Smithson, co-founders of a new fundraising platform that offers users a chance to round up card payments to donate change to charities.
Could Roundups be one of the solutions charities can employ to make up for a shortfall in cash donations and develop in line with social changes in how the public support charities?
Can the homeless adapt to a cashless society? - https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2018/feb/27/card-cashless-society-homeless-contactless-payments-britain
Keeping up as cash goes digital - https://nfpsynergy.net/blog/contactless-charity-donation