A better way
Imagine that you are making an online purchase. At checkout, you are presented with the usual payment options: Credit card and third-party payment processor. Either one will allow you to complete your purchase. But, what if your third-party payment processor could not only complete your purchase, but could also automatically make a donation to charity on your behalf? Imagine being able to choose in advance how much to donate with each transaction, and which charities, causes or regions you'd like to support. Imagine that, every time you shop online, you're not just paying for your purchase, you're also paying it forward. That's the JustPay option and it's called "cash": Charitable Acts Saving Humanity.
Giving made easy
Whether you're passionate about controlling the spread of malaria, stopping global climate change, supporting the arts, or feeding the hungry, JustPay has you covered. Whether you want to round up to the nearest whole dollar, add a percentage of the purchase price, or add a fixed dollar amount, you simply set it and forget it. The only thing you have to remember: JustPay cash at checkout. We take care of the rest.
Maximizing your donation
JustPay guarantees that 100% of every donation goes directly to the user's charities of choice. Every charity featured on the JustPay website has met or exceeded our very high standards for effectiveness. Only charities that direct at least 60% of the funds they receive towards their stated purpose are even considered for our list of recommended charities. We review current reports from trusted third-party ratings organizations in order to determine which charities will make the cut. This ensures that your donations are doing the greatest possible good. Donating through JustPay gives you peace of mind knowing that you are truly making a difference.
Good for your conscience and your wallet
At the end of the year, we'll email you to let you know how much you donated that year, where the money went and what impact it had. We'll also provide you with a printable receipt so that you can deduct those donations from your taxes.