PayPoint hires Jason Levy to drive digital progress in charities
To accelerate its investment into the charities sector, digital payments expert, PayPoint, has named Jason Levy to lead the Strategic Development and Partnerships plans. The appointment confirms PayPoint’s ambition to become the market-leading omni-channel payment and donations solutions partner for the charity sector.
Levy has considerable experience across the industry, which first began as Director of Fundraising and Marketing at Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. Here he delivered significant and strategic income growth through the development of innovative digital and face to face fundraising campaigns. Levy held similar roles at Caudwell Children, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Charity, and most recently, the UK’s largest Jewish charity supporting children, families & people with learning disabilities and autism, Norwood.
Last year PayPoint completed the acquisition of RSM 2000 Ltd, a leading provider of innovative digital payment services including Direct Debit services, card payments and text donations, amongst other services. The move marked a step change in PayPoint’s strategic delivery, with RSM 2000’s significant portfolio of charities, not-for-profit organisations and SMEs bolstering PayPoint’s market reach.
Jason Levy, Charities Strategic Development and Partnerships Lead at PayPoint said of his appointment: “It’s an exciting time for me to be joining PayPoint. The business has made real progress in the last 12 months in assessing and refining its solutions in the charities sector and I am eager to bring these to market. There is a real opportunity for PayPoint to make a much-needed difference to the charity and supply chain processing of transactions, bringing client led, seamlessly integrated digital solutions, underpinned by excellent customer service.”
Danny Vant, Client Service Director at PayPoint adds: “With Jason on board, our charities solutions will be taken to the next level. His knowledge and experience are already proving to be great additions to the team and we look forward this being leveraged by our charity and non-for-profit clients. Like any business, charities must apply best-practice in relation to goods and services and Jason will be utilising his skills to deliver strategies that drive efficient and fair fundraising and donation practices.”