If you love giving to charity, you probably have multiple nonprofit causes that are near and dear to your heart. If you donate using branded nonprofit giving apps for every cause you support, your phone is probably filled to the brim with apps.
Is that really the best way to go about your giving? What if you could give to every cause you care about, all from one app? As it turns out, you can — and it’s time for you to make the switch.
Multiple Giving Apps, Multiple Logins To Remember
Experts tell us that creating unique passwords for every new site or app is the best way to avoid getting hacked. If you care about your security, using one single easy-to-remember password is not a good idea.
But keeping track of the various usernames and passwords you created for every site you visit can be tough. The job gets even harder when you start creating new logins for all of the giving apps you download onto your phone. What happens if you get logged out? If you don’t have your login memorized for each of these apps, you have to go through the whole password retrieval rigmarole before you can give.
This headache can be easily avoided. By using one app to donate to multiple organizations, you will only have one username and password to remember. Just one app. Just one login. Think of how much less complicated your nonprofit donations would be!
Get Rid of the Clutter
Take a look at the storage on your mobile phone. Find all of the giving apps you currently have downloaded and count up the amount of space they are taking up.
How many of these apps do you use on a daily basis? Even if you make nonprofit donations regularly, you probably don’t use each organization’s dedicated giving app every day. Instead of being useful to you, they are mostly slowing down your device, soaking up your storage, and cluttering your life. If you have an opportunity to thin the herd without losing your ability to use your phone to give, why not take it?
Simplify your mobile giving life. Your phone has enough apps as it is. Why add one more for every charity or church you give to when you can do it all from one single app?