Giving small change a big purpose.
Some of the ways you’ve made your pennies count
Micro-donations make a difference to charities big and small, communities at home and abroad, and with each click we’re able to help more inspiring causes. Check out our library of impact stories and find out how your pennies are put to work by UK charities:
This week, people across the UK have been celebrating Hospice Care Week – changing the perceptions of hospices and highlighting their amazing work. To mark the occasion, we’re applauding the Jersey community who’ve been adding 25p donations to their purchases when...
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.
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.
Since 2017, Pennies has partnered with several retailers to support Stroke Association and all their hard work. To date, Pennies has helped raise over £35,000 for the charity to aid those who have suffered from stroke.
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.
Domino’s and Pennies has been thrilled to see that so many pizza-lovers have been rounding up their Domino’s pizza orders to the nearest pound.
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.
Maggie’s cancer charity – supported by Drake & Morgan customers through Pennies – helped Vicky, mum of two, understand what was happening with her cancer and prepare her and her family for the difficult times ahead.
Signet Jewellers has teamed up with Pennies and CLIC Sargent to help raise funds to support young cancer patients in the UK, with a quarter of a million micro-donations made in the partnership’s first four months alone.
Since 2011, Dominos customers have been able to donate to Northern Ireland Hospice, Horizon House, by rounding up their pennies when they order.