Droplet is free to use during the trial period and remains free for clubs of 30 members or less. Larger clubs pay the price of about a pizza per month. We bet we’re worth that dough! And to put our money where your mouth is, we offer this: if you subscribe on our annual payment plan but leave after your first year, we’ll buy your club lunch and call it even: 12 pizzas on us.
Yes! Add your club by 15 March 2021 to get half year free (£94.50 instead of £189.00). Beyond that, we invite colleges to get in touch if they wish to onboard multiple clubs of the same college. We’d also love to do our bit for charities and schools – if you’re one and think Droplet can help, please do get in touch!
• 1.4% + 20p for European cards (including UK cards)
• 2.9% + 20p for non-European cards
We don’t have one. Clubs of all sizes, shapes and colours are welcome.
Go to https://droplet.club/ (ideally from your computer) to add your club there. It’s pretty easy.
Yes! Add your club by 15 March 2021 to get half year free (£94.50 instead of £189.00). And if your group has 30 members or less, it’s free anyway ツ
Yes. Club Admins can logon to the Club Portal online to send payment requests to your club members. That’s for things like membership renewals, race entries or social events at your club, and so on. Your club members can then pay your club using the debit or credit card. Droplet does not (yet) support person-to-person payments (unrelated to the club or a race).
Yes. We comply with both the EU’s GDPR and with the UK’s Data Protection Act (2008).
We save your data in a database hosted and protected by Google (called Firebase). Other companies trusting Firebase with their users’ data include The Economist (media), Lyft (transport) and Venmo (payments) to name just a few.
Our payment service provider Stripe is storing and protecting sensitive payment data like card details in encrypted form. We never get to see your actual card details. They are fully PCI DSS compliant and trusted by millions of businesses including Booking.com (travel), Unicef (non-profit), Spotify (audio) and FitBit (sports) to name a few.
We do not resell your data to other parties or make it available for third party advertising. Your data is yours, and we’re just processing it. That’s it.
We strongly believe children require additional protection. We have kids ourselves; we get it. Children on Droplet are invisible to other Droplet users, except their Guardians (like parents). Guardians appear on the Droplet app on behalf of their children. Guardians can also control if they want other users to engage with their children directly, and who. For registered Clubs on Droplet, the Club Admins can also request such permissions from Guardians via the Club Portal for selected club members (like Junior Coaches) and revoke permissions of their club admins.
If you have any other questions or suggestions around data privacy, please do let us know! Contact us via the Droplet support chat in-app or email firstname.lastname@example.org – we really appreciate your ideas and suggestions!
We are based and registered in Cambridge, UK where Droplet was founded. Droplet is owned 99% by Tree House Technologies Ltd. and 1% by the New York City based charity called charity: Water.
charity: water pretty much do what it says on the tin. We’ve donated 1% of our entire company to charity: water as part of The Pool initiative they have. Find out more about them on our Partners page – and watch the video, it’s amazing!