CHARLOTTE, North Carolina and INDIANAPOLIS, November 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Amicus.io and Pinkaloo, recently acquired by RenPSG, will co-host a virtual panel discussion in honor of Giving Tuesday on November 30, 2021.
What: Virtual roundtable for the banking and financial services sector.
Registration for the event is free and open to the public.
The event will be streamed live and a recording will be available after the event.
Why: Raise awareness throughout the financial sector of the role that financial institutions can play in catalyzing the philanthropic aspirations of their customers, and the business case for doing so.
When: Giving tuesday november 30 @ 2 p.m. East / 11 a.m. Peaceful
Or: “Registration link for “The Generosity Trend” panel event
Moderated by: Miriam Crosstechnology reporter for American Banker
Amicus.io has a vision for a more generous world, where anyone can be a philanthropist. The fintech company provides an enterprise-grade philanthropic financial services platform that harnesses the power of a donor-driven digital fund to align incentives for donors, funding partners and philanthropic organizations to give at scale. Amicus.io was co-founded by Walt RuloffCor Hoekstra and Paul Welsh in 2017 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina and has an office Vancouver, Canada.
Pinkaloo, recently acquired by RenPSG, modernizes charitable giving. Through Modern Giving accounts, it empowers employers, community foundations, and retail banks to empower their employees and customers to have the most impact possible through their charitable giving. Donors can now centralize all their donations by funding their account when and how they want, find projects and charities that correspond to their passions and make a donation quickly and easily from their account to the association of their choice.