We are thrilled to announce a transformative partnership between Pennies and Apadmi, a leading mobile app development agency.
Discover how our merchant, payments and technology partners have found success with Pennies, and the impact of micro-donations for their businesses and the charities they support.
FreedomPay, the innovative leader in Next Level Commerce™ technologies, has announced an exciting strategic partnership with Pennies, the micro-donation charity.
Northern food and drink retailer Booths, has partnered with fintech charity, Pennies, to offer customers a chance to give to charity when paying by card for their food shop.
For Toolstation, joining the Pennies family and inviting its customers to give a little in-store, was also about joining a wider movement for change. In our latest partner testimonial film, James Mackenzie from Toolstation – and Nicki Gibson from Macmillan Cancer Support – talk about the impact.
The friendly and affordable hotel firm Travelodge was one of the earliest founding partners of Pennies. For the business, the ease, simplicity and impact of Pennies was a game-changer.
Montezuma’s co-founders dreamed of running a business where everyone wants to come and work, far removed from boring routine or being disconnected from a purposeful ethos – and Pennies is helping them realise this vision with micro-donations since 2020.
For The Entertainer and their charity partners, the impact of digital micro-donations has been huge. In this partner success story with the UK’s largest independent toy retailer, we explore how business can be a force for good.
Toolstation is the latest household brand to partner with Pennies. The multi-channel retailer of tools and building materials are giving customers the option to donate in store in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
As part of a commitment to help businesses and communities thrive, Tyl by NatWest has partnered with Pennies, the UK’s leading fintech charity working to protect and grow micro-donations.
Industry leaders call for businesses to adopt micro-donations amid increasing demand for social purpose
On 11th November, Pennies held its very first virtual event, hosted by BBC’s Sally Bundock and featuring leaders across various industries.
The Fragrance Shop, the UKs biggest independent fragrance retailer, has announced it has raised over £1.3 million pounds, for charity.
For the past four years, Hobbycraft shoppers have been donating with Pennies when they make a card purchase in branches of the arts and crafts superstore. Each micro-donation is just 20p, but with over 2 million donations and counting, the impact for Together For Short Lives has been phenomenal.