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Quicket has just launched a new fundraising platform that boasts being the lowest fees in South Africa!


Johannesburg, South Africa (16 January 2021) – The Quicket team is using its extensive knowledge in digital design and payment solutions to bring South Africa a fundraising platform with the lowest fees!

It’s a known truth that not-for-profit organisations or causes always need cost-effective solutions to their fundraising initiatives. Gone are the days of donations being collected simply in cash or via EFTs. In today’s world, people want less hassle, more snap and pay. Think cards, SnapScan, Zapper, Instant EFT.

As an organisation collecting funds, it’s imperative that you have multiple payment options that are clear and as easy as possible for your supporters to use, including those crucial international donors.

More importantly, think the lowest fees we know of with weekly payouts.

A good looking, easy to use, mobile-friendly donation page:

New Fundraising Platform Launched in SA... And It's As Easy As Selling a Ticket!
Photo Cred: Quicket

Potential donors need to see what they are contributing to. The team at Quicket have perfected event pages on their platform to allow custom designs, artwork, content tabs, videos, and more.

“We now bring that to fundraising to inspire your donors and give them the confidence they need to trust and back your campaign.”


Many projects, causes and goals need cash flow at regular intervals from their fundraising efforts to reach new milestones. We have brought our automated payout system to fundraising to facilitate this by providing weekly automated payouts for campaign organisers, with no payout fees.

Low fees

To maximise the amount you get out of your fundraising efforts, you don’t want to lose a large chunk to the fundraising platform. We understand that and are able to offer an industry-beating fee of 4.9% which we deduct from the amount that we pay you. This covers the cost of payment processing, support, and platform services.

Donors pay a small fee of R3 when they make a donation, which we have found is small enough that it doesn’t deter them, but helps us keep our rate to you lower than any other platform.

We don’t charge setup fees, withdrawal fees, or monthly fees.

Distributed collection

The more places where people can donate to your campaign, the better your chance of raising funds. Embed our donation widget on your own site and let your audience donate right there, without leaving, in the same one-step payment process as the Quicket platform.

If you want to get even more sophisticated, you can publish your Quicket campaign QR code on your site, social channels, or even overlaid on your video content, so donors can donate by just scanning with their phone.

New Fundraising Platform Launched in SA... And It's As Easy As Selling a Ticket!
Photo Cred: Quicket

Sources: Quicket 
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