Donating money to charity is good and worthy. But should nonprofits encourage you to go into debt in order to do so? A new VC-funded company, BGenerous, says the answer is yes.
Why it matters: Hundreds of thousands of charities around the country rely on small-dollar donations from a broad range of individuals. As those donations move from physical checks to online pledges, BGenerous has decided to apply the buy-now-pay-later playbook to them. They call it “donate now, pay later.”