Ada Regional United Way offers new donation system

On the heels of a game-changing announcement by Apple that the company has now made Apple Pay available for approved nonprofits, Ada Regional United Way recently announced the release of Apple Pay for donations.

Ada Regional United Way, with the help of developer OneEach Technologies, brings Apple’s quick payment process to its local network of supporters. Apple Pay brings a simpler, quicker and more secure option for United Way donors.

“The ability to accept donations through Apple Pay will broaden the way in which we fundraise and give back to our community,” said James Jackson, executive director for Ada Regional United Way. “OneEach Technologies is a dedicated partner who continues to provide us with impactful digital tools to help those that we serve.”

With more than 1 billion active Apple devices in use around the world, Apple Pay contributions make donations to nonprofits available to an unprecedented number of people. The simplicity of Apple Pay helps everyday citizens who want to contribute by allowing them to make sensible donations and relieve the hassle of filling out donation forms. The new process also brings additional transaction security to donors. Apple Pay doesn’t collect any transaction information that can be tied back to consumers. Payment transactions are between users, the merchant and the bank.

“Our mission has always been to be the go-to provider of digital marketing solutions for nonprofit organizations,” said Tony Finneman, co-founder and CEO of OneEach Technologies. “To be one of the first companies in the world to develop an app and website with Apple Pay integration for non profits has been a rewarding experience. We congratulate Ada Regional United Way for now accepting Apple Pay donations and wish them the best of success.”

Established in 1947, Ada Regional United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability of every citizen in our community.

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