Amazon Alexa users can now use the voice assistant to donate to charities. Just say “Alexa, donate [amount] to [charity]” to make a donation. You can see the list of 48 charities that are accepted here, or just say “Alexa, make a donation” to have Alexa help you select one. Alexa will use your default Amazon payment method to make the donation, so you’ll need to have voice shopping enabled in the Alexa app before making a donation. Of course, your 4-digit PIN code will be required to donate if you have one configured for voice shopping. Amazon says they’ll share your name, email, and address with the charity when you make a donation, but they will not share your credit card information. You’ll receive an email confirmation from Amazon, as well as an email receipt from the charity, for each donation.
You can now donate to charities using Amazon Alexa