That depends on the non-profit. Non-profits that accept Unyti for donations do stand a chance of getting more cashless, risk-free donations, however, they still have to do the work to raise the funds.
No. While we do value all non-profit organizations we only accept Non-Profits that provide a “community” benefit. Most will generally be accepted, however any group that does not promote UNITY among the masses are not allowed. An example of this would be any group, while federally-recognized as 501(c) that has a history of stirring strife
Unyti allows non-profits to accept cashless, risk-free donations that can be used to raise funds for their causes. These donations can then be exchanged for cash thereby guaranteeing a benefit for everyone.
Yes. They are required. Just think of it...a community without a non-profit: not very community-like, huh? Besides, how else are they going to exchange donations for cash?