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GiveCampus is the only fundraising platform with native support for all digital wallets

If you’re not already accepting Venmo, PayPal, and Apple Pay, your school is missing out. Donors of every stripe are giving via digital wallets—and some are even paying with cryptocurrency. It’s time.

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Our partnership with GiveCampus has allowed us to meet our donors where they are! We proudly accept Paypal, Venmo, Apple Pay, and Crypto!

Samantha Quinn

Director of Annual Giving & Stewardship at School Year Abroad
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Reach the 1 in 4 donors who select PayPal and Venmo as their payment method of choice

Some 52% of PayPal and Venmo donors on the GiveCampus platform are first-time donors—a highly coveted segment you simply can’t afford to ignore.

Digital wallets are increasingly popular among every donor demographic

Everyone from students and young alumni to the Class of ’75 is embracing digital wallets. And schools that choose to accept Paypal, Venmo, and ApplePay are seeing higher conversion rates as a result.


of donors on GiveCampus pay via mobile

6 in 10

mobile donors use digital wallets


of millennial donors give this way


of Gen Z donors give this way

Why PayPal and Venmo are better on GiveCampus

GiveCampus is the only educational fundraising platform that has a direct partnership with PayPal, the parent company for Venmo—so our integration is truly seamless.

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Donors enjoy a consistent giving experience

PayPal and Venmo donors give through your social fundraising campaigns and giving forms—not through a separate process.

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Your school name appears in Venmo feeds

Donors give to your school—not some third-party vendor. With GiveCampus, your school name always appears in Venmo feeds.

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All gifts are processed and acknowledged the same way

Donors receive the same automated tax receipts and gift confirmations as with other gifts.

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Funds are deposited directly into your school’s bank account

There’s no middle man—funds never pass through a third-party vendor account on their way to your institution.

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All gifts appear in donation and deposit reports by default

You never have to download reports and reconcile gifts manually or try to match Venmo usernames to your donor database.

Why switch to GiveCampus?

Schools who partner with GiveCampus for online giving see an average uptick of 18% in funds raised.

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GiveCampus delivers the convenience your donors crave and the data your team depends on

GC Wallets makes it easy for donors to pay with Venmo, Paypal, Apple Pay, or Google Pay right from their mobile device or desktop. And gift processing and reporting is a breeze on the back end, too.

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Donor centric

Give your supporters the fast, flexible, on-the-go giving experience they’ve come to expect.



Accept payments on the only fundraising platform with native support for all digital wallets.

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Collect the gift-reporting information you need—with zero limitations.

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See ROI in real time with handy tools for tracking preferred payment methods.

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Tap a new and rapidly growing community of generous donors who prefer to give with crypto

Many major donor prospects enjoy the tax benefits of making cryptocurrency donations—and with GC Wallets you can easily accept their charitable contributions. GiveCampus currently supports 75 cryptocurrencies.


Digital Wallets: Donors’ Payment Method of Choice

Making a gift with a digital wallet is 80 seconds faster than using a credit card. That’s just one of many reasons 40% of donors today prefer to pay with PayPal, Venmo, Apple Pay, or Google Pay.

Get the facts about digital wallets

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Prepare Your School to Participate in the Crypto Economy

There’s a good chance you’ve already been approached by alumni interested in donating crypto assets to your annual fund or other initiatives. And if the subject hasn’t come up yet, it will.

Explore cryptocurrency

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