Join Tradler and get more donations
We believe in the power of giving
When given the choice between receiving a gift card and making a charitable donation, our users choose donations as their incentive of choice 40% of the time. We think that’s pretty great! We want to give our users the option to donate to the cause they care about the most.
How does it work?
Tradler lets people earn points for their daily efforts and for receiving recognition. They can exchange those points for incentives that include donations to NGOs.
Register your NGO on Tradler and start receiving donations from thousands of employees who use Tradler.
Why should you join?
Raise exposure and awareness of your organization
Free to join and no hidden costs
No commissions - we pass on 100% of the donations made to your NGO
Start receiving donations from employees at major organizations including Postnl, Azets, Hays and more
Easy automatic monthly transfer - receive all donations at the end of each month
How to get started
and sign up to have your NGO listed on the Tradler platform
Once you join, companies we work with will have the option to add your NGO to their incentive catalog
Employees will be able to exchange the points they earn on Tradler for small donations to your NGOEmployees will be able to exchange the points they earn on Tradler for small donations to your NGO
Your NGO will receive monthly payments from Tradler that include all of the donations made that month
Case study: Daisyfields joined Tradler on June 2022
Picture made by Alexander Meeuws - small and in light grey
Their sanctuary is a non-profit organization and runs on volunteers, sponsorships, and donations, without your help they cannot do what they do.
With a 1€ donation in the Tradler platform, they can feed 1 animal for 3 days or helps towards the cost of a veterinary.
Donations not only ensure that they can take care of their animals but also that they can expand and give more animals a home.
"We believe that animals live with us and not for us. Our animals are treated with respect and love,
and they are not treated so that they can be "brought up".
- Evelien Devriese, founder of Daisyfields VZW.
Some of the NGOs already using Tradler