PWI Swipe is the newest way for you to give back to your favorite nonprofit. Swipe acts as a digital spare change jar - it rounds up your credit card purchases to the next dollar and automatically donates the change to your chosen nonprofit. Whether you buy a latte for $3.50 or a new TV for $525.50, the leftover $0.50 goes straight to the nonprofit. With PWI Swipe, every purchase makes a difference.
Using PWI Swipe is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
1. Sign in using your Facebook, Twitter, Google, or PWI account.
2. Link your chosen debit, credit card, and/or bank accounts, and choose the nonprofit you'd like to support.
3. Shop as normal and watch your donations add up!
We've given PWI Swipe a major overhaul! You can now donate from your credit card, enter a minimum and/or maximum donation amount, and much more!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I was worried about having to input my credit card and bank information, but found out it's all handled through a secure third-party. It hasn't been an issue at all.
Great idea......but there are some serious bugs
I downloaded this app to donate to my favorite charity. Firstly, the app in my opinion is not user friendly. It’s really difficult to tell if you linked your debit card correctly since it never asks for your debit card number, although it does ask you for your bank account information and redirects you to your specific bank. I started to use my card and it started to add up $’s by rounding up my purchases, but then for some odd reason the dollars that were accumulating towards the donation disappeared. What was once at roughly $20 was now at $0. So where did the money go? I contacted the developer of the app and they were very responsive with a reply and said from there end it looked like it was all set up correctly. They could not explain why it got zeroed out. I said I would give it another try and so I did. This last time, I was around $30 and again for no apparent reason the account was at zero again. I do have to say that no money was ever taken from my account. So obviously that is a huge plus. Maybe once all the kinks get fixed, I may try it again, but not until then.
Giving to our kids' school
The PTA asked parents and friends/family at our school to use Swipe - it's a unique way to support classroom items.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.