Collect for all types of school items. Perfect for PTAs, village fundraising, school nativities and much more.
Categorise your payment items, display the quantity and size of each item and upload images in seconds. Edit, archive and re-list items that are for sale and mark them as in stock, low stock, or out-of-stock to generate more revenue.
No Account? No worries! Payers can purchase items with or without a ParentPay login. Include a link to the ParentPay Shop within your parents’ payer accounts for frictionless payments.
Whether you’d like us to answer your questions, provide your school with a quote, or give a free demonstration of our system, we’re here to help. And, if it’s easier, we can come to you. Simply arrange to see us in person and we’ll show you how it all works.
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