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New tech solution for Sallies to keep fundraising local


Tāmaki Makaurau – An AI-powered financial personal assistant has developed a QR code option for New Zealanders to donate money safely to the Salvation Army.

Wych Money has designed a donation model based on QR code tech, popularised during the covid pandemic.

With the public already using QR codes, it provided a solution to make it easy for Kiwis to scan and donate.

The generation of Wych’s codes allow 80 different areas around New Zealand to raise support through card based donations and the money will benefit the community they are in.

The product can adapt to the needs of any fundraisers. Wych has been in discussions with the Salvation Army for several months and it took a month from contract signing to delivery in a under a month.

Wych has completed activation onto the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission register, proving they have the know-how and technology to handle financial data safely.

The technology used permits a safe and personal approach to donation where the donator can do everything from the comfort of their own device.

Wych Money is a personal financial assistant empowering customers to take control of their finances through an AI-powered app.

It enables businesses and financial advisors to connect with their customers to accelerate the customers goals. Founded by Dermot Butterfield, an experienced tech innovator, Wych is helping turn customers’ money into wealth.

Since 1883, the Salvation Army has fought poverty and social distress in New Zealand, helping more than 120,000 families and people a year.

The Sallies have more than 3000 officers and employees in New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa.