Wherever in the world you may be, NOW YOU CAN join through PayMaya’s one-stop digital donation facility, in supporting various charitable foundations and humanitarian agencies in the Philippines who are mobilizing relief and response efforts against COVID-19.
HOW TO DONATE VIA WEBSITE
Donate using credit, debit, or prepaid card wherever in the world you maybe. Whenever.
To donate via the #OneAgainstCOVID19 web page, simply follow these steps:
- Go to http://donate.paymaya.com
- Choose the specific organization or cause that you want to donate to
- Choose the donation amount or package of your choice, then click ‘Add to Cart’
- Review your cart or donate to other organizations as well, then click ‘Check Out’
- Fill in the needed information, then click ‘Continue to Payment’. Review the details you entered, then click ‘Complete Order’ to be redirected to the secure payment page
- Enter your card or PayMaya details in the fields provided, then click ‘Pay Now’
- You will receive a confirmation of your donation via email or SMS, depending on the payment method
HOW TO DONATE VIA THE PAYMAYA APP
Steps how to download the App HERE.
HOW TO DONATE VIA QR CODE
*Available only for the Philippine Red Cross so far.
PayMaya has partnered with the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) to allow direct donations from any PayMaya Account via QR to PRC so they can provide critical humanitarian services such as medical assistance and relief operations in this time of need.
- Open your PayMaya App
- Click the ‘Scan To Pay’ button
- Scan this code below.
- In the Amount field, enter the amount you want to donate
- Once done, click continue. Review the information you have entered, then click ‘Pay’
- You will receive an SMS in your mobile phone regarding the donation
PayMaya has also equipped the PRC with PayMaya One devices so they may be able to accept card and QR donations whenever they are in the field.
PAYMAYA PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS
Other than the Philippine Red Cross, one can choose among the following organizations:
UNICEF, is calling for donations to provide critical, medical and sanitation supplies for health facilities, as well as educating children and families on proper handwashing, providing parents with home-based educational activities for children and psychosocial support through counselling.
Oxfam Pilipinas, proceeds will go to helping ensure that poor families have access to water, sanitation and hygiene items to protect their health, and help them recover from the effects of COVID-19—particularly those who lost their livelihood or income during the community quarantine period.
Caritas Manilais calling for cash donations to provide Caritas LIGTAS COVID-19 kits and Caritas Manna food bags to poor communities, families, and the elderly in Metro Manila, who are the most vulnerable during these difficult times.
Other #OneAgainstCOVID19 partner organizations one can choose to donate to include, the Philippine Business for Social Progress, Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership, Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation, TV5’s Alagang Kapatid Foundation, PLDT-Smart Foundation, and #nowheretogobutUP, among others.
Donations collected via these #OneAgainstCOVID19 channels will be received by PayMaya and remitted to their respective recipient organizations.
A “Bayanihan” approach versus COVID-19
In launching the effort, PayMaya underscored the need for a multi-sectoral, concerted push that will help support the various front liners in the effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 disease, as well as alleviate the plight of those living in vulnerable communities. As it makes its digital financial platforms available for the #OneAgainstCOVID19 advocacy campaign, PayMaya is working with its partner merchants, Smart Padala agents, and employees to campaign for the cause.
“In this time of great and urgent need, coming together in the traditional spirit of bayanihan becomes ever more important so that no one gets left behind. This #OneAgainstCOVID19 harnesses the power of collaboration and digital payments as we fight this global pandemic,” said PayMaya Founder and CEO Orlando B. Vea.