“Every Swipe Benefits Charity®” Program
Who is ESBCharity?
Our belief is that people truly love to give – by paying it forward. We also understand that it can be difficult as a business owner to find money for giving when you’ve got bills and taxes and a myriad of other issues demanding your time or money.
That’s why we at PFProcessing have made it possible for you to be part of our give back program without changing anything you’re currently doing - and at no additional cost.
Our innovative “Every Swipe Benefits Charity®” Program has just one goal: to help charities. We help make it possible by doing something you’re already doing: accepting credit cards. Your credit card processing fees won’t increase. In fact, 98% of our merchants see a reduction in their fees. And a portion of every swipe is donated to the charity of your choice.*
Now that’s what we call a Win-Win situation.
*Ask your personal account manager for details.
Participate in our "Every Swipe Benefits Charity" program:
- Help the less fortunate
- Give back to your community
- Generate great PR and draw in new customers
We believe there’s no better definition of success than truly loving what you do, serving a purpose, and filling a need in the world. If this resonates with you, we invite you to join the PFProcessing family and start making sure that "Every Swipe Benefits Charity."
So...how does it work?
Choose your charity from our list of nonprofits. The owners of PFProcessing, Renee and David, donate a portion of every swipe from your merchant account each year to ESBCharity who then donates to a board-approved vetted nonprofit organization in your business’ name.
As an alternative, you can donate directly to the charity by shopping at Amazon Smile, or nominate your favorite charity to become a beneficiary (once vetted they can receive donations). This creates a win-win situation: non-profits gain valuable support and you enhance your status as a socially responsible company—simply by partnering with PFProcessing.
Below is a list of Charities that benefit from the “Every Swipe Benefits Charity®” Program
From decades of research, a simple yet powerful conclusion has emerged: The choices we make every day affect our chances of getting cancer. That’s AICR’s hopeful and exciting message...
We provide a safe environment which enables our clients to face life’s ups and downs. Partnering with our clients, we meet them where they are and with whatever struggle they are going through.
My niece, Bianca, was diagnosed with autism when she was just 3 years old. It nearly broke my heart watching the hoops my sister had to jump through to get Bianca the help she needed. I wanted to help Bianca...
The Boys & Girls Clubs of East County have been developing, implementing, and providing activities and programs to disadvantaged youth since 1961. Operating in the communities of El Cajon, Lakeside, La Mesa and Santee...
Established in 1978, Casa de Amparo (Home of Protection) is recognized as a leader in treating and preventing child abuse and neglect in San Diego County and beyond, with locations in Oceanside...
Mission: to collect and distribute donated gently used clothing in sizes newborn to 12 months for San Diego babies in need.Our founders, two nurses working in the field of public health, noticed first-hand how more and more...
MANNA was founded and continues to serve children because we have each experienced the love of Jesus Christ and desire to bring that same peace to the entire world...
This movement is multicultural, non-denominational, and multi-economic, and will bring together people of the same spirit to create healthier, happier, and more whole young adults. Motivating the Teen Spirit (MTS)...
Pause 4 Paw swas established in 2011 with a mission of working to ensure that dogs and cats are treated with dignity and respect...
Our goal of Road 2 Recovery would be to build enough assets in the endowment fund to completely provide for an athlete under our description for the duration of their life if they are unable to ever generate revenue again....
Shelter to Soldier is a CA 501c3 nonprofit organization that rescues dogs from an otherwise uncertain future in local shelters and trains them to become psychiatric service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans suffering...
Since founding in 1980, TERi Inc. has made it their mission to change the way the world views and helps children and adults touched by special needs. TERi currently cares for hundred of individuals and their families...
The mission of the Brian Grant Foundation is to empower those impacted by Parkinson’s to live active and fulfilling lives. BGF was established in 2010, following Brian’s diagnosis of Parkinson’s in 2008. We believe ...
Founded in 1995, The Friendship Club is a prevention program designed to reach at-risk girls before they engage in unhealthy behaviors. We teach the girls life skills, personal responsibility and the value of hard work...
Established in 2015, Twin Cities Autism foundation has remained tireless in their efforts to create awareness of the increase in autism rates. They provide financial aid and scholarships to help families gain access to...
Our mission is to positively impact the daily lives of children with incarcerated parents through “collective mentoring.” Our vision is to break the cycle of incarceration and to inspire hope in the lives of children...
Women of Worth assists victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and families in crisis. Women of Worth mentors these victims into a life of self-reliance, rebuilding into dignity, hope and safety....
The mission of the Williams Syndrome Association is to enrich the lives of individuals and families affected by Williams syndrome and similar conditions through support, research and education.....
Providing information and emotional support to individuals with characteristics of Williams syndrome, their families, and the professionals who work with them
Developing programs and services to help build strengths and meet challenges from early childhood through adulthood
Increasing public awareness and understanding of Williams syndrome
Encouraging and supporting research into a wide range of issues related to Williams syndrome
The Williams Syndrome Association (WSA) was formed in 1982 by, and for, families of individuals with Williams syndrome.
- Als Association of San Diego
- Arthritis Foundation
- Boys & Girls Club of Vista
- C3 Church
- Can Do Canines
- Food For Hope
- Good News Community Church
- Helping Paws
- Neveh Shalom
- Ocean First Institute
- Our Fallen Soldier
- Our Heroes’ Journey
- Pledge to Humanity
- Project Vets
- St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Minnesota
- The Jebb Center
- United Policy Holders
- VIP Neurorehabilitation Center
- Rancho Family YMCA