2018 was a difficult time for Kerala when the state battled the worst floods in history. The small silver lining in an otherwise dark cloud was witnessing how people rallied together to help one another and those in need. 

We grow stronger when we are there for one another. And that is what keeps our faith in humanity alive. So whether it is a great cause you support like ocean cleanup, mental health awareness, or reaching out to assist people who are struggling, Razorpay Payment Pages allow you to easily and quickly collect donations without any hassle. 

Check out Razorpay Payment Pages.

Razorpay Payment Pages are specifically designed to accept payments online without a payment gateway integration. You don’t even need to have a website. You can use the Razorpay Payment Page link as the landing page to accept donations. 

Payment Pages can be designed and customized to match your branding requirements. They allow your contributors to donate through various methods like:

  • Credit cards
  • Debit cards
  • Wallets
  • Netbanking
  • UPI

Creating a Razorpay Payment Page is also easy as 1-2-3. You can use one of our in-built templates or create a template of your own. 

  • Login to your Razorpay Dashboard
  • Click on Payment Pages
  • Select a template
  • Upload images and add information

And you’re done! You are ready to start accepting donations. You can also do a lot more with Razorpay Payment Pages. You can accept fees, sell goods or services, register attendees for events, and more. You can also accept international payments in 100 foreign currencies through Razorpay Payment Pages.

Enterprises and startups around India have used Razorpay Payment Pages for various use cases. What’s best is that there is no extra costs or fees for using Payment Pages. Just the traditional fees of 2% on every transaction apply.

So get going with Razorpay Payment Pages right away. Your good case deserves a good way to implement and execute it. 

Check out the video below to know more Razorpay Payment Pages.


Saurin heads Content at Razorpay. He's a fintech enthusiast who enjoys long walks in the Bangalore weather. He says he's a "cool dad" (those are his words, his son has refused to comment). He writes primarily on personal and business finance, and a little bit on marketing.

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