“We chose to use the Charity Charge nonprofit card because we needed to work with a company that understands how nonprofits differ from normal for-profit companies. Also, it’s important for us to partner with a company that supports its community.”
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Charity Charge is a Social Enterprise dedicated to serving nonprofits, schools, and associations. We work with organizations across the country with various missions and budgets, from local churches and animal shelters to national networks like United Way, Junior League, and YMCA. Through our programs and nonprofit partnerships, we aim to build a stronger, more financially sound nonprofit community.
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“The JCC was looking for a technology platform that would allow for automating our credit card processing. With 20 plus cards in use for our organization it is essential that we have partners who are responsive, and we can trust in assisting us to operate as efficiently as possible. The staff at Charity Charge do that for us.”
“EveryLibrary had searched for a few years for the right financial services partner to help us secure and extend our credit profile. Charity Charge has been a wonderful organization to work with to help us reach our goals. They have provided us with expert guidance to help extend the business side of running our nonprofit – which allows us to further our mission as well. They are unique in the ecosystem and we would recommend them to any c3 or c4 looking for new ways to build their organizational effectiveness.”