GoodBox is a London-based startup offering innovative contactless fundraising solutions. Through collaborations with various charities, museums and other entities, such as the National History Museum, Tate Modern, Mayor of London, or Teenage Cancer Trust, GoodBox are dedicated to building contactless fundraising technology for charities. It already raised more than £2.6 million in a crowdfunding campaign in 2017.
Design and develop an emerging and innovative web portal where organizations can monitor better the evolution of all the cashless donations and gain useful insights to maximize charities' fundraising for their causes.
We built a data-driven fundraising portal! This allows charities to easily manage and analyze their donations, export reports, identify the most performing areas and run a donation optimization, and multiple types of users to make all the portal available to the team.
The portal is connected to the contactless fundraising technology, custom-built for charities that supports all major payment methods: Apple Pay, Google Pay, MasterCard, VISA, and Contactless. The GoodBox products are extremely flexible, ensure fundraising's actions in all types of spaces (churches, museums, conferences, etc) and grab donors' attention.
Goodbox is an awarded charity company based in London offering an innovative solution for charities and donors, and it has been used by multiple museums, as a homelessness combat solution in the Mayor of London’s winter campaign and provided the first contactless donation plate in the York Minster Cathedral.
We are happy to be part of all the good done by GoodBox and to know that over 1000 charities signed up, 800k donations were made, and £3.5M were raised in donations.
This high-tech charity app has been used as a homelessness combat solution in the Mayor of London’s winter campaign.
The GoodBox has been the fundraising technology at the Teenage Cancer Trust’s concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
GoodBox is the first contactless donation plate in the York Minster Cathedral.