Luxembourg-based digital payment solution Payconiq has announced that it is launching an inclusive campaign of good deeds this holiday season.
From 28 November until 24 December 2022, every Payconiq user will have the opportunity to do a good deed in-store. For each payment made with Payconiq in-store, Payconiq will donate €1 to the charities Caritas Luxembourg, Fondation Cancer or Île aux Clowns.
This "coup de coeur" campaign aims to support Payconiq users in their daily lives. Since November 2021, most payment terminals in Luxembourg have been compatible with the Payconiq payment applications of partner banks. The QR code is automatically displayed on the terminal's screen when paying in a store. Instead of a promotion or coupon, Payconiq wanted to take concrete action by donating €1 for each in-store purchase via Payconiq terminal to charities.
Moreover, throughout December, Payconiq teams will be present every weekend in the Cloche d'Or and City Concorde shopping centres to wrap up customers' presents in exchange for a donation via Payconiq to Caritas Luxembourg, Fondation Cancer or Île aux Clowns. Thanks to a collaboration with Luxembourg artist Thomas Iser, customers can do a good deed while having their gifts wrapped. The recipient of the gift can also donate thanks to the QR codes on the gift paper.
James King, Luxembourg's head of Payconiq, summarised: "We, at Payconiq, are delighted to be associated with the associations Caritas Luxembourg, Fondation Cancer or Île aux Clowns, and with the Luxembourg artist Thomas Iser, to make the end-of-year celebrations more inclusive. Thanks to our expertise and our QR code-based, easy-to-use, multi-channel solution, we allow everyone to donate easily and conveniently during the end-of-year shopping and gift wrapping. We also offer the possibility for every Payconiq user to make a solidarity gesture directly in-store, making the customer experience easy and convenient".