Harnessing The Power of Community
As a socially responsible social network, we want Vero to be a place where people come together to drive positive change - not just online, but in the real world too.
To date, social networks have been powerful tools for charities to raise awareness, but increased awareness doesn’t always convert to impact.
We felt that giving to the causes you’re passionate about should be as easy as Liking a post.
With ‘Donate Now’, we have simplified the act of donating to charity to three simple steps:
- Find a charity on Vero
- Tap ‘Donate Now’
- Select amount and pay with Apple Pay or a credit card
Vero does not charge a fee on any donations made via Donate Now – the entire sum you donate (minus any card charges from our payment partners) is sent directly to the charity.
At launch, Vero users can support the vital work of amfAR, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Children With Cancer UK and we will be announcing additional charity partners in the coming weeks.
If you are a charity and would like to be part of this pioneering initiative, please register your interest below and a member of the team will be in touch.
Promote your cause on Vero
If you are a charity interested in signing up for ‘Donate Now’ please complete the form below.
Already featured on Vero
amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to ending the AIDS epidemic through innovative research. With the freedom and flexibility to respond quickly to emerging areas of scientific promise, amfAR plays a vital role in accelerating the pace of HIV/AIDS research and is achieving real breakthroughs.
Founded in 1987, by a group of families and scientists who were affected by suicide, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is on a mission to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.
Children with Cancer UK
Children With Cancer UK is on a mission to develop safer, kinder and more effective therapies with fewer toxic side effects. Thanks to Children With Cancer, 8 out of 10 patients can be successfully treated using research that they have helped fund.