Apple Pay

Enable supporters to donate securely using Apple Pay on their Apple devices.

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Apple Pay is the default wallet payment method for Apple iOS and macOS. It enables supporters to donate using payment details stored on their devices.

Apple Pay is available to cardholders at participating banks in supported countries. Refer to Apple’s participating banks documentation to learn which banks and countries are supported.

Available for supporters in 70+ countries (view all compatible countries)
Accepted currencies 130+ (view all accepted currencies)
Minimum donation amount 1 USD
Recurring giving Yes
Works with Checkout modal, Campaign Page

Enabling Apple Pay

Apple Pay is automatically enabled after you set up your Stripe account in the Payment Methods section of your main Dashboard settings. However, to begin using Apple Pay, you must register all of your web domains that display the Apple Pay button with Apple. This includes both top-level domains (for example, ””) and subdomains (for example, ””).

You'll see a notification if your account has any unverified domains. To check if your domain is verified, go to Settings > Payment methods > Apple Pay > Domains.

You can find some platform-specific instructions on how to verify your domains here:

If your website isn’t hosted on any of these platforms, follow these instructions:

  1. Place this domain association file in the /.well-known/ directory. The full path to the file will be (where is your organization’s site).
  2. Next, return to the Apple Pay page in your Fundraise Up settings and click the Verify website ownership button. This tells Fundraise Up to register your domain with Apple.
  3. After registering all your domains, you can present Apple Pay as a donation option in your Checkout modals and Campaign Pages.
Do not remove the domain association file after verification to ensure continued Apple Pay functionality.
Donor Portal / Campaign Pages domains are automatically verified. If an account has subaccounts with inherited payment methods, their Donor Portal / Campaign Pages domains are also verified for Apple Pay automatically.

Requirements to display Apple Pay in Checkout

Supporters will only see Apple Pay if all the criteria are met for their device.

Safari on Mac

  • Safari on Mac running macOS Sierra or later.
  • A compatible device with a card in its Wallet paired to a Mac with Handoff, or a Mac with TouchID. Instructions can be found on Apple’s Support site.
  • A Checkout form on a domain that has been verified with Apple Pay (as laid out in step 2).

Safari on iPhone and iPad

  • Mobile Safari on iOS 10.1 or later.
  • A card in a supporter’s Wallet.
  • A Checkout form on a domain that has been verified with Apple Pay (as laid out in step 2).

As of iOS 16, Apple Pay might work in some non-Safari mobile browsers with a card saved in a supporter’s Wallet.

Incompatible website builders

Some website builders do not support the domain verification step required to enable Apple Pay. Known incompatible platforms include Wix, Shopify, Weebly, and Zoho Sites.

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