What's a Skinny Donation Station?
This is our slim and portable contactless fundraising device, fit for modern events as much as traditional venues, where audience sizes change or routines vary.
What does it look like?
The Skinny version is a floor-standing device, easy to position and move about on its stand, delivered with the same interactive, captivating design of our larger Maxi version.
It can be branded with a front and back panel, to showcase your fundraising messages and brand identity.
- Interactive Attract Loop
- Fully brandable digital and physical display
- Chip and Pin payment device
- Anti-glare screen protector
- Black or white housing
Getting the best from your portable donation device
It's worth remembering these few key tips for optimising giving through a contactless device.
Find a good location
- Think about your event or schedule. Where's the best place for the Donation Station this week?
If visitors are directed through a one-way system, it's a good idea to position devices near entrances or exits, that everyone will have to go through. Because the Skinny is free-standing, it's easy to re-position it between events or move it around rooms to capture the most donations possible.
Check the power supply
- Essential but sometimes a little tricky, a device will need access to a power supply. We find users get the best use from our Donation Stations by using mains power, to ensure full functionality and no down-time. If you're changing location, check the supply where it's going, but the device's battery will typically provide 4 hours of use, for a short-term change of location without mains supply. Ask us about our extra battery options if you need to use the device regularly 'off-grid'
Change your donation suggestions
- Did you know you could do this? The GWD donation devices allow you to vary individual or suggested donation amounts, by raising a ticket with our Support Team.
A very handy tool, when audience demographics change, or when campaign aims are specific.
- Straightforward, but sometimes overlooked. It's good practice to signpost where to find your donation devices.
Be it by briefing a volunteer team at the beginning of an auction, or branding up the device itself, to highlight where monies go, driving home the impact of any giving.
Simple signs, and a verbal greeting when entering a new space can help remind spectators or congregations where they can give a donation.
Need more info?
Find out about our lease and purchase options, and full specifications by speaking with our expert team.
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Topics from this blog: Digital Fundraising