ProPay® To Provide Simple Secure Donation Process For Little Green Light

ProPay, a TSYS® company, today announced that it will provide nonprofits and organizations using Little Green Light LLC (LGL) online donation solutions with simple, secure and complete end-to-end payment processing services.

So far in 2013, there has been a 21-percent increase in online donations in the U.S.*, and the trend is expected to continue in 2014. This growth will dynamically impact the need for processing and administration solutions in the donations space. With this new technology, nonprofits will be able to create customizable “donate now” forms for one-time and recurring donations via all major credit cards — both U.S. and international — as well as ACH transactions from U.S. banks.

ProPay offers a simple, online self-enrollment process that enables nonprofits to begin accepting credit cards within minutes. Nonprofits will be able to obtain the service regardless of whether they are customers of LGL's donor management service. For LGL customers, the donation service will be fully integrated to automatically reflect the status of the customer's LGL account. ProPay's JAK™ mobile card reader will be available to customers who want to process card-present transactions.

“By partnering with ProPay, we will provide nonprofits with an easy and secure online donations platform and mobile tool to accept payments that best meets our customers' needs,” says Nicholas Bicknell, chief executive officer and LGL co-founder. “ProPay is known for offering excellent pricing and technology for the nonprofit industry.”

Greg Pesci, president of ProPay, added, “We have been impressed by the level of innovation shown by Little Green Light and the growth they've achieved in the nonprofit industry in a short period of time. We are excited to provide the payments piece for their integrated donation services.”

*Source: The Chronicle of Philanthropy, June 23, 2013

About Little Green Light

Little Green Light is a web-based donor management CRM solution founded in 2007 for small and mid-size nonprofits. The service features an intuitive interface, unlimited customizable constituent attributes, unlimited team member users, comprehensive reporting capabilities, and customer support all for one low monthly fee. Little Green Light offers a 30 day free trial and subscriptions starting at $39 per month. For more information, please visit

About ProPay

Since 1997, ProPay has provided simple, secure and affordable payment solutions for organizations ranging from the small, home-based entrepreneur to multi-billion-dollar enterprises. ProPay is a leading provider of complete End-to-End Payment Security solutions designed to significantly reduce the client organization’s risk of having sensitive payment data compromised. ProPay is the recipient of the prestigious 2010 ETA ISO of the Year award. ProPay is a wholly owned subsidiary of TSYS (NYSE: TSS) and is a leader in payment data security. For information, visit or call 888.227.9856.

About TSYS

At TSYS, (NYSE: TSS), we believe payments should revolve around people — not the other way around. We call this belief "People-Centered Payments SM." By putting people at the center of every decision we make, TSYS supports financial institutions, businesses and governments in more than 80 countries. Through NetSpend, a TSYS Company, we empower consumers with the convenience, security, and freedom to be self-banked. TSYS offers issuer services and merchant payment acceptance for credit, debit, prepaid, healthcare and business solutions.

TSYS’ headquarters are located in Columbus, Georgia, with local offices spread across the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. TSYS provides services to more than half of the top 20 international banks, and has been named one of the 2013 World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere magazine. TSYS routinely posts all important information on its website. For more please visit us at

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