ImpactPay is changing the way we give
By combining the power of micro-donations with a prepaid debit card and our smartphone app, it's now possible to change the world every day.
Why we're different
If each of us gave just 10 cents with every card transaction, collectively, we could raise close to $60 billion - every year. That’s the power of the tribe.Read more
By funding specific projects, you know exactly how your donation will make a difference in the lives of those who need it.Read more
Do Good with money
Using a debit card is transactional to say the least. You tap, you get nothing back.
With an ImpactPay card, for every morning coffee and supermarket run, tap knowing you’re helping change the world. And it only takes as little as 10 cents.
Be Good with money
Take control of your spending.
Budget smarter by using your ImpactPay prepaid debit card for everyday spending.
For the things out of your everyday reach, ImpactPay features a smart goal setting tool to help you live in a credit-free world.
How ImpactPay works
A guide for new tribe members
Medical Research &
Emergency Relief &
Pick a charity or community project to support - or one of each. Easily switch projects at any time.
+ $1 with every tap
+ 50c with every tap
+ 20c with every tap
+ 10c with every tap
Set the amount you want to give with every tap, then load your ImpactPay card so you’re ready to make an impact.
Use your ImpactPay card for your daily spending and tap knowing you’re taking action with every transaction.
Raised so far
Use the app to track your donations and the progress of your projects in real-time!
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Calling all causes
The way we give is changing.
The next generation of donors want giving to be easy, transparent and in real-time. They want to be part of a passionate, informed social tribe. And they want to give from their smartphones.
Let ImpactPay connect your charity or community group with the next-gen giver.
"The industry is crying out for technology such as this. As we see traditional giving declining, it’s important to embrace new ideas and new technologies."
Arani Duggan, Head of Marketing and Fundraising,
Ronald McDonald House Charities - GWS