The Entertainer has been a Pennies retail partner for many years. Like many retailers across the world, they closed their doors during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic to ensure the health of their staff and customers alike.
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.
This week has been Mental Health Awareness Week, and Pennies wanted to highlight a few charities, supported by our partnering retailers, who work this week and every week to support and improve our mental health.
Pennies is partnered with many retailers that support health related causes, and during this coronavirus pandemic, support for these charities is more vital than ever.
Nationwide garden centre group Notcutts is celebrating reaching one million charity donations made through Pennies’ digital charity box.
Pennies is partnered with many retailers that support wildlife charities in an effort to keep some of the world’s most at-risk animals from going extinct.
3C Payment and Pennies announce partnership to increase digital charity donations across the UK & Ireland
3C Payment, a Global payment Service provider, and Pennies, a fintech charity, have announced a partnership to offer cashless donations on 3C Payment terminal solutions.
EPOS, payment and loyalty technology firm HTEC, which is wholly owned by Universe Group plc, is celebrating unlocking an incredible £3M by using the power of customer micro-donations, with fintech charity Pennies.
February 2016 marked the point where customers of the Yorkshire Wildlife Park, were able to pitch in and help raise funds for the park’s charitable foundation.
Pennies is delighted to be the Official Charity Partner of RetailEXPO 2019, taking place on 1 and 2 May at London’s Olympia.
Every Marie Curie Nurse, every daffodil purchased and every penny donated, makes a huge difference to people with terminal illnesses
Marie Curie’s ‘Great Daffodil Appeal’ promotes positive conversations around end of life care. In celebration of this amazing appeal, Marie Curie rapid response nurse Paula has shared her story with Pennies.
Since the start of the year more than £7,000 has been raised in support of Multiple System Atrophy Trust, thanks to Papa John’s customers rounding up their pizza orders to fund research, support and advocacy for people affected by the neurological disorder.
Greene King is the latest company to partner with Pennies, giving their customers a new way to donate to long-term charity partner Macmillan Cancer Support.