Princeton-based Beyond, a business tools and services company, announced it has acquired Boosterville, a technology that connects nonprofits with local merchants.
The platform, which will be rebranded to Chip-In, will be used nonprofits to increase digital donations.
“We believe the acquisition of Boosterville will be instrumental in our company’s continued growth. Our new Chip-In program empowers local businesses to support nonprofit groups in their community while also ensuring that support makes financial sense. In turn, nonprofits play a key role in building a flourishing local business community by reciprocating and supporting those businesses with their collective buying power. As buyers continue to be more intentional about where they shop, the Chip-In app makes it easy to find businesses that donate to causes they care about,” Beyond CEO Robert Carr said.
Financial terms were not disclosed.