This fintech startup is reimagining fundraising — and the timing couldn’t be better

‘Touchless’ giving platform tiptap’s success through the pandemic could indicate a permanent move toward tech-enabled fundraising

Why It Matters

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the Canadian charitable sector hard. Without the possibility of social gatherings and with event donations down, it’s difficult for non-profits to advance their missions. Charities are being forced to rapidly adopt ‘giving’ technologies to help bridge their fundraising and outreach gaps.

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