Round Up empowers your small change to make big changes!
The Round Up App allows you to automatically donate the change from your credit or debit card transactions to support our work.
Once you create an account, you do not need to use the app while making a purchase. Just swipe your card as usual. You are in complete control, and can cap your maximum monthly donation if desired.
You can sign up here to get started—no need to download the app!
How does Round Up work?
Do I need to use Round Up to make purchases?
No. Once you create an account, you do not need to use the app while making a purchase. Just swipe your card as usual.
Is Round Up safe?
Please be aware that to sign up, you need to give the online login information for your bank account. However, the Round Up App never has access to your credit card number. Round Up uses Stripe as its payment processor, the same company used by Facebook, Amazon, Lyft and 100,000 other companies.
Does it work with any bank?
Round Up authenticates with 10,000 banking institutions.
Does Round Up really make a difference?
Round Up provides us with something every nonprofit needs: consistent support that Goddard can count on year-round as we do our work. The average donor ends up contributing $20-$30/month. You can specify a maximum and minimum amount that fit your budget.
Do I need an app to use Round Up?
No. Just sign up here:
But, if you prefer to track your donations, manage your cap, and add or remove cards using your smartphone, you can download the app here:
What will I see on my credit card statement?
You will see all your purchases, as normal. Your RoundUps will appear on your monthly statement as a single donation to the non-profit you have designated.
Are my donations tax deductible?
Donations through the RoundUp App are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law, just like a normal donation to a tax-exempt nonprofit organization. You will be provided a tax receipt at the end of the year.
Are online transactions included in the RoundUps?
Yes. The RoundUp App will round up all transactions that are linked to your bank account, whether that transaction happens at a physical location or online.