DipJar enables one-step collection and seamless disbursement of credit card donations, tips and sales through our unique, easy-to-use hardware. With a simple dip of their credit card, your donors give an amount you set and have their donation confirmed with lights and sounds. DipJar connects to a cellular network to securely transmit all transactions. No cellphone, WiFi or cable hookup are necessary to connect. No payment processing service or software integration needed: money is deposited directly into your bank account without the need for another credit card processor. Track donation activity, manage your desired transaction amount, and set your desired bank account via the online DipJar Dashboard. DipJar is intended for nonprofits and corporate customers. Accepts all major credit and debit cards.
Each DipJar requires a $149 annual subscription that includes:
✅ Access to customer support team available over the phone, email, and chat
✅ On-demand DipJar fundraising consultations
✅ Access to DipJar Dashboard*
✅ LTE cellular connection used to connect your DipJar(s)
✅ Over-the-air updates to your DipJar
✅ Exciting new software features rolling out in early 2020
Easily set your DipJar's dollar amount from $3 to $1000.
DipJar is currently available only in the USA.
Once you complete your purchase, you will receive an email to create your account and activate your DipJar(s). This email also contains instructions for sending us the artwork with which you'd like your DipJar customized.
All accounts are subject to terms and conditions to be reviewed at the time of registration.
*Payment processing and reporting for faith-based organizations will be provided by Vanco Payment Solutions. Please contact email@example.com for details.
A $100 restocking fee applies to all returned DipJars. Returns are not accepted after 30 calendar days from the date of delivery. All DipJar equipment must be unused to be eligible for return. For more details, please see our terms of service. Please be familiar with the information required to use DipJar.