London Commuters Can Donate to Charity with Contactless Payments

London Commuters Can Donate to Charity with Contactless Payments
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Micro donations make it effortless for travelers to empower capital's youth

Ross Brooks
  • 31 october 2014

London commuters have very quickly accepted the idea of contactless payment cards, which could soon be an effortless way to give to charity as well. “Penny for London” makes it easy for travelers to donate between 1p and 10p every time they use their card. Kind-hearted souls can choose from charities that include the Mayor’s Fund for London, Cash for Kids, The Prince’s Trust, and many more. It might not seem like much, but pennies can turn into pounds quicker than you think.

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