If you’re a Barclays Pingit user, there’s a new way for you to donate to this year’s Comic Relief, as this can now be done through the app.
During the recession and economic downturn there has been a lot of discussion about Britain’s commitments to foreign aid. This infographic shows how the UK compares to other countries with its foreign aid.
How’s this for an ingenious idea to get you out of bed in the morning; an alarm clock that donates your money to an organisation you hate every time you hit the snooze button!
There’s a new option for donating to charity when making a debit card purchase.
lendwithcare.org offers an alternative to traditional charity, giving microloans to businesses in developing countries to help people out of poverty.
Fair play to Wilkinsons for their social responsibility policy, donating a percentage of their profits to local communities each year.
Last week’s earthquake in has killed an estimated 200,000 people and has left many homeless, with more than 3 million people thought to have been affected in total. What’s the best way to donate money to help out?
Just a quick follow up to a post from a few weeks ago looking at how much charity Christmas cards donate to their nominated recipients.
A comparison site has launched this week which aims to help our armed forces veterans. Forcesdeal.com allows you to compare car, van, motorcycle and home insurance, with 70% of their profits going towards the Forcesdeal Foundation.
Which? has done another of its surveys into the level of the donation made by charity Christmas cards, and has found a big difference in the donations, depending on the cards you buy and where you shop.