Android Pay and Google.org are teaming up with DonorsChoose.org to support the 6.4 million children in the US education system with special needs. Starting today and running through December 31, every time you use Android Pay, Google is donating a dollar to special needs education projects, up to $1 million. Not only that, but on Black Friday, when you use Android Pay to purchase goods, Google will double their contribution to $2.
Google states that Android Pay is available at over a million locations across the US, so there are more places than ever where you can buy what you need, and help a good cause.
To get set up with Android Pay, you will first need a device that supports NFC payments. That would basically be any new mid-range and top-tier smartphone, with exception to the OnePlus 2. To get started, download Android Pay from Google Play, put your credit or debit card on file, and that’s it.