ATM charity giving goes live

ATM charity giving goes live

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13 June 2012

Over 8,000 ATMs and Cash Deposit Machines in the RBS group network will be enabled to accept donations, with 8 charities per brand to choose from. Customers can choose to donate amounts between £1 and £150 with all of the funds credited to their chosen charity - no bank charges will apply.

The charities involved were selected following a comprehensive review which took into consideration the most popular causes and charities in the UK. They include Cancer Research UK; Barnardos; RNIB; Age UK; DEC Disaster Emergency Committee; Oxfam and Children In Need. Regional preferences have also been taken into consideration with additional local options available. This arrangement is in place for 14 months and will be periodically reviewed.

The service is available from June 13th through RBS with the remaining group ATM network rolling out the service thereafter including NatWest, NatWest Offshore, Coutts, RBS International, Isle of Man Bank and Ulster Bank Northern Ireland.

This week RBS Group will become one of the first UK high street banks to enable our customers, and other LINK debit card customers, to donate to charity through our ATM network. 

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