Solutions for Non-Profit Organizations

SparcPay allows your nonprofit organization’s board to expedite the approval of supplier payments with an easy-to-use digital approval and payment experience. Let SparcPay handle your payments so you can focus on what really matters.


    Quick and Easy Approvals Anytime, Anywhere

    Maintain Roles and Controls While Providing Complete Visibility

    Eliminate Data Entry Errors

    Secure Electronic Payments

    Full Audit Trail for All Invoices – Who Did What and When


    “Previously, when I was travelling, cheques may have been waiting for my signature, causing delays and potentially supplier frustration. Now I can quickly approve payments from my cell phone – even when I am out of the country. SparcPay is a great solution for the church. It’s convenient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly. At a personal level, it’s a revolution in terms of time, efficiency, and reliability!”

    – Dave Toycen, Board Member – Trinity Church Streetsville

    “Skate Oakville was the first club in Canada to use SparcPay to replace paper cheques, and it has helped us save time and money. It’s convenient for the board members to approve payments using the app, and our coaches appreciate being paid quickly via direct deposit.”

    – Sue McCracken, President, Skate Oakville

    Certified Partners

    SparcPay Certified Partners are accountants and bookkeepers who are experienced in utilizing SparcPay for their clients. They are well versed in successfully implementing SparcPay by managing the onboarding process, providing user training and assisting with client support. If you are seeking an accountant or bookkeeper that specializes in Non-Profit organizations, we recommend that you contact one of our Certified Partners. 

    Positive Accounting

    Positive Accounting

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    Positive Accounting

    Miller Management

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    Positive Accounting

    Chickadee Nonprofit Solutions

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