In case you're confused about the difference between Wonderful and Wonderful.org, this article will clear things up for you...

Wonderful

Wonderful (wonderful.co.uk) is a donation payment provider, which allows registered UK charities to receive donations via their own websites or via a dedicated charity payment page.

Payments are transferred directly and securely from the donor's to the charity's bank account, using Open Banking payment technology. This results in a better payment experience for donors and a significant cost saving for charities (when compared to more traditional online donations made by credit/debit cards). Donations made directly to charities via Wonderful cost the charity a flat fee of 10p per transaction, regardless of the donation value.

Wonderful.org

Wonderful.org is a 100% fee-free charity fundraising platform, which allows members of the public to raise money for a charity of their choosing. Donations made via Wonderful.org are powered by Wonderful (above) but the transaction fee described above does not apply.

Unlike many other charity fundraising platforms, Wonderful.org does not charge charities any fees or take a commission from donations. Instead, the platform is funded by corporate sponsors, who generously cover all platform costs so that charities can receive every penny generated by the efforts of their fundraisers.

Because fundraisers give everything, Wonderful.org takes nothing.

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