At Direct Fundraising we specialise in providing organisations with charity donation boxes and related products. As part of our range of related products, we are pleased to offer contactless donation boxes. These days, fewer and fewer people carry loose change, or pay with cash, so there is less opportunity for people to donate leftover change at counters, for example. Contact-free cards are coming more and more common and many people now only use their contactless cards. This is why, in addition to coin collection boxes, we also offer a wide range of contactless donation fundraising boxes. Today we are focusing on our contactless donation devices, looking at how to use them, what models are available from us and what the benefits are of using them.
How to Use Contactless Donation Boxes
Contactless donation boxes are the most convenient option for contactless card users. They work by the donor selecting the amount they would like to donate. The user can then choose between entering their chip and PIN, or simply tapping the device with their contactless card. The donation will be taken immediately and is safe to use in both attended and unattended environments.
Contactless Donation Boxes at Direct Fundraising
At Direct Fundraising, we offer a variety of models of contactless fundraiser boxes, including mains and battery powered devices, those that fit onto the table-top, portable handheld devices for use in the street, and special stands that operate at the ideal height when in a fixed place. We can even provide contactless hybrid donation boxes, which also have the option for cash money and Gift Aid envelopes in addition to the card reader. Our collection boxes also have the option to add personalised contactless branding, with printed blading plates available in two sizes. Furthermore, you can add a free contact-free QR code to your coin boxes for an easy alternative for customers coming into contact with regular collection devices.
Further Benefits to Contactless Boxes
When you buy a contact-free donation box, you can take advantage of range of additional benefits. They can help to encourages spontaneous donations, and has shown to bring a higher average value of donations than coin collection boxes. Unlike people who just get rid of loose change, when someone enters the figure themselves, they are more likely to round up. In addition, it is easier for charities to manage and track campaigns, and less administrative work due to the fact that it can all be tracked electronically rather than counting up lots of cash and coins.
To find out more information about our contactless charity collection boxes and buckets, simply get in touch with the team today through our online contact form, or via email at email@example.com. Alternatively, you can call us on 0161 766 6444 in order to speak to a member of our team directly. We will be glad to help with any questions you may have for us about our contactless collection boxes or any other products.