Do good with Perfi: Donate to Estonia’s largest charities while paying your monthly bills

Perfi keskkonnaga on ühinenud mitmed erinevad heategevusorganisatsioonid, kelle käekäiku saab otse platvormil ühekordse või püsiannetusega toetada.

Perfi, the innovative financial service that simplifies monthly bill payments and helps users manage their finances, has made it easy to support charitable causes by launching a new feature. Users can now donate to several charities directly through the Perfi platform, with one-time or recurring donation options. With this new initiative, Perfi is empowering users to make a positive impact in their communities while keeping an eye on their finances.

“We’re thrilled to partner with some of Estonia’s most inspiring charitable organizations and help them achieve their goals,” says Taavi Mägi, CEO of Perfi. “Our mission is to make managing finances effortless for our clients, and incorporating charitable donations into our platform is a natural extension of that. We currently support four charities and invite other organizations to join us in this initiative.”

Charitable organizations such as the Minu Unistuste Päev Foundation, which supports children’s mental health, and Varjupaikade MTÜ, which helps with animal welfare, are just some organizations partnered with Perfi.

The CEO of the Charity Foundation Minu Unistuste Päev, Kristiina Gabor-Mägi, highlights the significance of supporting the mental well-being of children in need. “Positive experiences can be incredibly empowering for children facing health challenges. Fulfilling their heart’s desires can help them cope and give them the strength to continue fighting. By working together, we can inspire these children to dream big and give them the confidence to reach for the stars,” says Gabor-Mägi.

Piia Sinisalu, collaboration manager of the Tartu University Hospital Children’s Foundation, explains that while the fund stands behind many causes, children with rare diseases need the most help. “Their treatment is often costly and can be life-saving, but accessing funding from the Health Insurance Fund can take several years. The goodness of people’s hearts is often the only hope for families raising a child with a rare disease. The Children’s Foundation is grateful to all donors and supporters, including Perfi, who help provide crucial support to those in need.”

Not only does the Perfi platform provide support for children and animals, but it also offers an opportunity to donate to Kadunud SA foundation. Its goal is to assist in searches for missing persons and reunite them safely with their loved ones. Aare Rüütel, the director of the Kadunud Foundation, is confident that this innovative opportunity will help bring them closer to the people they help. He shared, “In 2022, we conducted almost 160 searches throughout Estonia, and much of the funding came from volunteers. Our work includes keeping our 24/7 helpline operational, organizing operational landscape searches across Estonia, and providing information on preventing disappearances, among other things. Every act of kindness, no matter how small, counts.”

Donating to the charity of your choice, including the Kadunud foundation, is now possible on the Perfi website with just a few clicks during the monthly invoice payment. The platform makes it easy to choose the charity that resonates with you and the amount to donate, whether as a one-time or recurring donation.

Perfi consolidates all your expenses, so you only have to pay one monthly invoice. Whether you’re a private client or a business owner, our services are designed to meet your needs. And the best part? New members can enjoy three months of our services completely free! Say goodbye to invoice clutter and hello to streamlined personal finances with Perfi.

Perfi is part of the Aktiva Finance Group. Aktiva Finance Group companies are united by a mission to improve customers’ lives by creating innovative, convenient, and easy-to-use financial services. The Group’s Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Polish companies employ nearly 200 people dedicated to developing the financial infrastructure.

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