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Small change adds up: Meet the company trying to improve the world with digital spare change

Social enterprise Change Donations is hoping to sign almost 30 Irish charities up to its business model in the coming months

30th June, 2019
William Conaghan and Lizzy Hayashida of Change Donations Picture: Fergal Phillips

The creators of Change Donations, a social enterprise which makes donating to charities easier, are aiming to recruit at least 28 Irish charities while also eyeing up US expansion.

Co-founders of Change Donations, William Conaghan and Lizzy Hayashida met and forged their start-up company while completing MBAs at Trinity College Dublin. The success of their project lies in its simplicity: a tool for donors to give to their chosen charities by rounding up their card purchases...

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