Google has announced that when you use its Android Pay mobile payment system between now and the 31st of December it will make a donation to charity.
The company will give $1 when you use Android pay to special needs education projects through Donorschoose.org up to a total of $1 million and they will donate $2 for every purchase made on Black Friday.
‘Tis the season to give back. Android Pay and Google.org are teaming up with DonorsChoose.org to support the 6.4 million children in the US education system with special needs. Over the last month, Google.org has been shining a spotlight on teachers who are using innovation in the classroom to improve learning and inclusion for kids with special needs. This is part of Google’s focus on improving the lives of people with disabilities through their Global Impact Challenge: Disabilities.
Now, Android Pay is extending that effort. Starting today through December 31st, we’ll donate $1— up to $1 million — to special needs education projects.
You can find out more details about Android pay and Google’s donations to charity when you use it at the link below.
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