More than 2.1 million Donations Made on the PayPal Platform to over 160,000 Nonprofits and Causes Around the Globe
PayPal announced that it processed a record-breaking $188 million globally this Giving Tuesday, the largest amount raised on the platform for the global day of giving since Giving Tuesday’s inception in 2012. More than 1.6 million PayPal customers across 193 markets donated to causes they care about, amounting to over 2.1 million donations in total.
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“We are inspired by the generosity of our global community of employees and customers, who came together again on Giving Tuesday this year in record numbers to use the PayPal platform to support causes close to their hearts,” said Franz Paasche, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, PayPal. “We’re grateful to the members of our PayPal community for all they do to support those in need around the world.”
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PayPal is one of the largest digital donation platforms in the world, supporting more than 600,000 nonprofits with fundraising. Every year, PayPal joins with its community of more than 415 million consumers and merchants to contribute to charitable efforts across the globe, and participate in campaigns with partners like Giving Tuesday, which PayPal has supported since the movement began in 2012
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