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The Big Give’s Covid-19 Emergency Appeal

Posted by Chester Mojay-Sinclare on 26/03/20 14:26

The Big Give has launched a match funding campaign to raise vital income for those that have been hit hardest by the rapid spread of Covid-19, doubling all donations while funds last – already £500,000 in match funding has been made available. Charity Checkout is working to support the campaign as The Big Give’s donation processing partner. All donations made through The Big Give’s Covid-19 Emergency Appeal will go to the National Emergencies Trust (NET)’s Coronavirus Appeal, launched by the Duke of Cambridge and supported by media, businesses and government. These funds will be distributed to charitable organisations and community...

We’ve acquired Primo Events to create the next generation of event fundraising tools together

Posted by on 27/11/19 7:30

Every year, millions of people get together to do brilliant things for worthy causes all over the globe. Whether they’re running a marathon or a cake stall, they’re doing something to make our world better. That’s why since 2012, we’ve made it our mission to connect people with the causes that matter to them, supporting them through our branded and personalised online fundraising products. Fast forward to today and we’re pleased to announce we’ve found a new way to support our charities and their supporters. As the new year approaches, CharityCheckout is set to expand into event registration through the...

CharityCheckout drops platform fee to 0% for charities

Posted by on 21/11/19 12:25

Personalised and branded fundraising technology provider CharityCheckout has dropped its 5% platform fee on donations, resulting in reduced costs and millions of pounds in potential savings for clients. The move follows CharityCheckout’s research into market trends and a survey of 1,448 of its charity clients in June to identify how they felt about platform fees. The results revealed support for a range of fee models with the most popular being a voluntary contribution approach. In response, CharityCheckout is removing its 5% platform fee and instead asking donors if they wish to voluntarily contribute to the cost of the charities’ fundraising....

Big Give Christmas Challenge adds Apple Pay

Posted by on 11/11/19 9:52

CharityCheckout is adding Apple Pay to support The Big Give's Christmas challenge. The Big Give has announced its biggest fundraising target of £14 million for its match giving campaign this year. Charity Checkout, the campaign’s payments processing partner, is introducing Apple Pay to the giving platform to enhance the campaign’s appeal to the growing proportion of givers that like to pay from their mobile. The UK’s biggest match funding campaign, The Big Give’s Christmas Challenge, is gearing up for a record breaking campaign for 2019, aiming to raise £14 million+ in just one week.  This consolidates its position as the...

Charity Checkout partner with Run for Charity

Run For Charity partner with Charity Checkout to launch ‘Fundraise For Charity’

Posted by Jamie Newton on 09/04/19 8:59

Run For Charity is pleased to announce Charity Checkout will power ‘Fundraise For Charity’ which is a new innovative integration creating a much-improved supporter journey for participants who sign up for events through Run For Charity. Charity Checkout’s fundraising technology will be integrated into the existing event registration process in which event fundraisers will be asked to set up their fundraising page as soon as they’ve purchased their ticket. CEO of Run For Charity, Mark Ussher said: “We believe that this partnership will give fundraisers a better user journey. It will also help our charity partners increase their fundraising page...

89 per cent of donors would prefer to donate directly to charity via their website instead of through third party fundraising websites

Posted by Jamie Newton on 28/06/18 11:32

A recent report ‘The Future of Online Giving’ found that eighty-nine percent of donors said they would prefer to donate via a charity's own website rather than via a third party fundraising platform. The report which was commissioned by Charity Checkout and carried out by independent research company Maru/Usurv surveyed 1000 members of the public in Q1 2018 and found that almost half of donors said they were put off donating to charity if they have to join a third party fundraising platform to do so. Founder of Charity Checkout Chester Mojay Sinclare said: “The results from the survey clearly...

57% of donors likely to ask charities to delete their personal data once GDPR comes into force

Posted by Jamie Newton on 24/05/18 10:52

The online fundraising tech company, Charity Checkout, commissioned Maru/Usurv to carry out a survey of 1,000 members of the public and discovered that 57% of people are likely to ask a charity to delete all the personal information that they have on them after May 25th. It was also revealed that 82% welcome the opportunity to ask a charity to delete any personal information they hold on them. This indicates that while the majority of people support the right to request their personal data to be deleted, some do not think they are likely to act on this right. Chester...

Charity Checkout £20m

Charity Checkout surpasses £20m in donations raised for charity

Posted by Jamie Newton on 02/05/18 10:36

Charity Checkout has raised over £20m for over 2,500 charities. Over £10m has been raised in the last year alone, since the launch of our next generation of fundraising tools for national charities. Since our $1m funding round in October 2017, Charity Checkout has opened a new office in Central London and increased our focus on providing innovative fundraising technology to corporate partners and large charities. Charity Checkout, who were announced as the new Innovation Partner to the IoF in late April, supports over 2,500 charities worldwide through seamless branded online fundraising tools. The suite of fundraising tools enables charities...

Institute of Fundraising Innovation Partner

Institute of Fundraising announces strategic Innovation Partnership with Charity Checkout

Posted by Jamie Newton on 20/04/18 12:54

The Institute of Fundraising is pleased to announce Charity Checkout as their Innovation Partner for 2018. The partnership will focus on championing innovation within the sector and providing fundraisers with valuable insight and analysis on a range of fundraising practices. Over the next 12 months, Charity Checkout will support the IoF with a number of insight reports, a regular data-driven blog and the sponsorship of a number of IoF conferences across the year. Charity Checkout will also be sponsoring the Most Innovative Campaign Award at the IoF National Fundraising Awards in July, as well as headlining the Innovation Conference in...

Charity Checkout confirms the appointment of Chris Hulatt as a Non-Executive Director

Posted by Jamie Newton on 12/02/18 9:07

Charity Checkout is pleased to announce that Chris Hulatt has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the company from February 5th 2018.   Chris is the Founder of Octopus Group and a major investor in Charity Checkout. Octopus Group has over 500 employees and manages £7bn of investments. Chris and his business partner were named the EY UK Entrepreneur of the year in 2017.   In October 2017 Chris Hulatt and his business partner Simon Rogerson led the most recent round of investment for Charity Checkout raising over $1m to accelerate Charity Checkout’s growth. Charity Checkout is planning to...