1. Mary’s Meals rolls out contactless donation boxes in cafes to ‘move on from change in a bucket’

    May 6, 2016

    Mary’s Meals, an international charity intent on feeding the world’s hungriest children, is piloting contactless donation boxes with select partners to ease donations and spread its good work. The Scottish-based charity has set up the NFC enabled boxes in cafes across England, enabling consumers to donate 30p as an aside. The scenario and café environment helps draw […]

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  2. Tapping this box with your iPhone could change a child’s life

    We love Apple Pay and Android Pay, not just because of their convenience, but because tapping to pay for something with our phones still feels suitably futuristic. Giving money to charity is also a great feeling, and now there’s the chance to combine the two together, thanks to something called Lunchbox. Think of it as […]

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  3. Press release

    April 27, 2016

    Lunchbox launch invites Londoners to gift meals to hungry schoolchildren A London-based marketing agency is teaming up with city centre lunch venues to help some of the world’s poorest children attend school. Earnest Labs (the innovation arm of Earnest) has created a bespoke contactless payment terminal – Lunchbox – to enable those buying lunch in […]

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  4. All about Lunchbox

    This week we launch Lunchbox, the contactless donation box that enables you to buy a child in the developing world school lunches for a week with one tap of your card. The contactless donation box that sits at point of sale in lunch shops across London, is set to take 30p when tapped with a […]

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