Point-of-Sale Campaigns

A Point-of-Sale (POS) Campaign a.k.a. Checkout Charity is when a customer is asked to make a donation to THP as an addition to their purchase. They are popular because they are cost-effective, easy to execute and can help drive sales for your business through co-marketing with THP.

According to Blackbaud’s 2017 Charitable Giving Report, the most common way consumers made a charitable donation over a 2-year period was “checkout donations”.

Here are some common Point-of-Sale Campaigns:

  • Run a campaign where servers ask customers to top up their bill or round-up their purchase, with the top up or round-up going to THP
  • Request donations year-round at the register or automate a donation request on the pin pad
  • Collect loose change from customers with a donation box at each register
  • Offer paper icons for a set donation and display them at store fronts or in restaurants
  • Offer digital options that allow consumers to participate in your campaign online (for example, present consumer with a pop-up window asking if they would like to make a donation to THP or present them with an opportunity to round up their order to the nearest dollar)

Kathleen Cymek

Connect with us today to develop a Point-of-Sale Campaign that shows your customers that you care about their health and the health of their community. Please contact Kathleen Cymek, Manager, Philanthropy, at (416) 473-3765 or kathleen.cymek@thp.ca.



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