Veriff donates 1 million ID verifications to nonprofits and foundations across the globe.
Karita Sall, March 19th, 2020
Veriff pledges to support nonprofits and foundations amidst the unique challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon us by donating 1 million free identity verifications. Face to face interaction is currently limited to an absolute minimum, yet identity verification is more important than ever before. The solution is reliable and secure remote identity verification at scale.
According to Kaarel Kotkas, Veriff founder and CEO, the demand for remote verifications has significantly increased over the last couple of weeks. “We decided to help nonprofits and foundations that could benefit from our technology as they are working hard despite the challenges presented by the pandemic and finding solutions to put a stop to it. We're focusing on solutions and making different services accessible from distance. We are a force of good and would like to make a difference.”
Potential beneficiaries of free verifications range from universities who need to verify people taking exams to marketplaces that have volunteers who help people in need and to registries that could tackle fake accounts and set up reliable databases about people in quarantine. But also, digital health care service providers, organisations fighting fake news and beyond.
The 1 million free verifications program for nonprofits and foundations runs until the end of June. Organizations can apply for consideration on the Veriff website: https://www.veriff.com/1-million-free-verifications
Karita Sall is the Head of Global Communication at Veriff. Karita has been working in the field of communication for over 20 years. During that time she has helped many organizations to tell their stories including start-ups, global corporations, government bodies as well as non-profits.