Churches introduce ‘tap and go’ cashless donation
The Archdiocese of Dublin has partnered with Californian paytech firm Clover to install digital donation terminals in churches
Tap-and-donate devices are being installed in churches across almost 200 parishes in Dublin and the east of the country in a bid to combat plummeting collection-plate income and move donations into the cashless era.
The Dublin Archdiocese, which also takes in Wicklow, parts of Kildare, Laois, Wexford and Carlow, has struck a deal with Clover, a Californian paytech firm, and AIB’s merchant services unit to install digital donation terminals in each church.
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