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    • The organisations are collaborating together on a number of support programmes

    Dublin, 31st March 2021 – PayPal today announces that it has been working with AkiDwA, an organisation which provides support services to and promotes equality for migrant women living and...

    31 Mar 2021
    • PayPal Giving Fund Ireland, a new registered charity, will help the fundraising efforts of charities and make giving easier for donors
    • During the pandemic, four in five charity donations in Ireland were made online
    • 68% of Irish consumers are planning to make online donations going forward
    • A quarter of people in Ireland are engaging more in charity activities than before
    • PayPal Giving Fund means 100% of donations go to selected cause

    With PayPal’s support, PayPal Giving Fund Ireland is launching today to enable people to support their favourite charities online and help such organisations raise vital funds. In 2019 alone, PayPal processed a record $10.3 billion in charity donations across the globe, demonstrating the scale and appeal of online donations for both charities and consumers.

    16 Jul 2020
  • Supporting a global day of unity on the 5th of May 2020, as part of our continued response to the global pandemic

    Extending its long-standing relationship with GivingTuesday.org, PayPal has today announced it is supporting #GivingTuesdayNow, a new global day of giving and unity as an emergency response to the...

    04 May 2020
  • PayPal Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: PYPL) today released its third annual Global Impact Report, publishing its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies and activities of its global...

    27 Apr 2020
    • Participating charities included Suicide or Survive, Educate Together, Home Education Network, Ruhama, The Sickle Cell Society and Zest4Kidz
    • Employees from five different PayPal offices took part in the event
    • Mental wellness app among solutions developed

    For the fourth year running, PayPal teammates and charities joined forces to develop digital solutions and systems for their most pressing digital needs. In total, 24 people from five different PayPal offices – including Dublin, Dundalk, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin – took part in the hackathon.

    01 Nov 2019
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