What is a Money Tin?

Can It plays a unique role in the Crowd-Funding and charity industries, as the distribution of branded money tins and charity cans began with us in 1994, at the dawn of democracy in South Africa, when Can It began as a manufacturer and supplier of just money boxes and collection tins.

Since then we have grown our product offering and customer base throughout South Africa and we now enjoy excellent customer relations in Australia, Mozambique, Botswana, Tanzania and Namibia to name a few.

Money tins provide an effortless way for people and organisations to generate a passive income that covers their expenses at the least. It also gives people the option to donate to a good cause without being pressured by being asked if they would like to donate, as with some programs where tellers ask customers if they would like to make a donation. The money box provides a way to help the community around you or even greater causes, without feeling pressured or guilty.

Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising monetary contributions from a large number of people. Money boxes at till checkout points are the ideal and most profitable form of crowdfunding for charity. Cause Marketing Forum, which assists charities and companies on fundraising partnerships, analyzed the 63 checkout campaigns in the United States that earned at least $1 million (R12 million) in 2012. Combined, they raised $358.4 million (R4.3 Billion) — more than a dollar for every American.

We have supplied millions of money boxes and cans to charities, companies, governmental organisations, non-profits and schools. Can It has provided services to well-known organisations and companies such as CANSA, JNF, SPCA and Hatzolah, as well as corporates such as FNB, Nedbank, Standard Bank, NetFlorist, Vodacom, MTN, Coca-Cola (ABI), British American Tobacco, British Airways and many more.

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