Justgiving Makes A 5% Charge On Donations, Plus A Monthly Fee For Charities.

Sep 24, 2017  

Ariana Grande’s benefit concert on 4 June, to honour victims of the Manchester terror attack, used donate buttons in Facebook Live to raise more than $450,000, she said. Other fundraising organisations, such as JustGiving, may see the launch as encroaching on their territory, but Yuen said Facebook was not looking at any other organisations as competitors. “We just see this as a way to increase the opportunity for people to donate to good causes,” she said. In the US, Facebook charges non-profit organisations a France 5% fee , with 2% going towards the cost of vetting the organisations, fraud protection, operational costs and payment support. The remaining 3% covers payment processing. The cost breakdown will be slightly different for European and UK charities, which will pay a 5% fee on each donation: 3.5% to cover costs and 1.5% for payment processing. JustGiving makes a 5% charge on donations, plus a monthly fee for charities. Some other platforms do not make a charge, including BT MyDonate. Natalie Waugh, head of MyDonate, welcomed Facebook’s decision to use its reach to encourage more people in the UK to donate to good causes. But she said the company needed to be transparent about its charges from the outset, so donors and charities could make informed decisions. “There’s nothing wrong with making a charge per se, but there are other companies, like us, that absorb those costs,” commented Waugh.

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