Religious Sector

At GoodBox, we design modern contactless giving solutions to complement places of worship. To date we’ve worked with over 600 churches, mosques and other religious sites to supercharge their fundraising.

Ensure your visitors and congregation can give to your cause with a simple tap and never miss out on a donation again. 

Bursting with features which enable seamless fundraising, GoodBox contactless devices accept contactless donations offline and have in-built 3G connectivity; making them ideal for locations with poor WiFi (or thick church walls!).

Interested in how digital giving can impact your overall donation income? Get in touch with a member of our team today to see how contactless giving technology can help you reach your fundraising goals.

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“In an increasingly cashless society, contactless giving is essential to keep the place open and to support our mission. We are absolutely delighted by the results so far with our GoodBox donation points.”

“It is a breath of fresh air that a company has been able to focus on such an important industry, and dedicate their time to providing specialist products, instead of the usual generic solutions.”

“We chose GoodBox because we believe in the power of the screen. It is important to instil trust with a ‘thank-you’ message, reassuring donors that their payment was successful.”

St Giles' Cathedral


contactless donations made to religious organisations


raised for religious clients through GoodBox tech


top 20 religious clients avg. monthly donations

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GBx Mini

Seamlessly accept payments and donations

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GBx Podium

Ensure your fundraising has presence in larger spaces and grab donor attention with the GBx Podium

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Collect donations with our twist on the collection plate. Perfect for seamless church fundraising

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