There are lots of things a nonprofit can use Yoti for.
Operational uses for Yoti include verifying someone’s personal details when they sign up as a volunteer, or verifying the identities of people accessing a venue or event (especially useful for safeguarding young or vulnerable people).
Transformational uses include Yoti Login, which eliminates the need to rely on unsecure usernames and passwords. It also includes Yoti Verify, which can be used to anonymously report abuse or closing off things like online forums for a particular demographic (for example, girls aged 14–18).
Organisations based, or working, in the developing world can use Yoti to register patients for a health programme, identify people before making cash payments, register and assist refugees accessing camp services, or to clock teachers and pupils in and out of school.
Find out more about how we’re partnering with charities and nonprofits here.