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Salvation Army’s kettle campaign goes touchless thanks to Rogers and Tiptap

TORONTO — On Giving Tuesday, the Salvation Army Canada and Rogers Communications announced Canadians now have a touchless digital giving option to safely donate to the annual Christmas Kettles Campaign. Powered by the Rogers LTE-M network, hundreds of the Salvation Army’s signature Christmas kettles will be equipped with “touchless giving” technology from Canadian start-up tiptap, allowing Canadians to “tap to give” using a credit card or smartphone. At the kettles this year, Canadians will see a pre-set donation amount of $5, with an option to tap up to 10 times to increase their donation on the spot, if desired. “This...