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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.
Customers at The Entertainer toy shops across the UK have hit an incredible milestone of £3million raised for children’s charities across the country - simply by rounding up their purchases to the nearest pound using Pennies, the digital charity box. Award winning...
Pennies is delighted to welcome Leigh Thomas, Director of Global Client Partnerships at Facebook, to the Pennies’ Trustee Board – bringing with her a wealth of knowledge from the technology, communications and advertisting worlds.
Pennies CEO and co-founder, Alison Hutchinson CBE, is honoured to be included in The Financial Technologist’s “FT Founders 50” list, recognising fintech’s most inspirational founders, announced on 13 June 2019. Tony Babb, CEO of Harrington Starr, publishers of The...
Pennies, the award winning UK fintech charity, today announced Whitbread as its newest partner – joining a host of leaders in the UK hospitality sector that are embracing “technology for good” by offering anonymous digital donation to customers. Pennies’ digital...
Pennies has been announced as one of The Financial Technologist’s Most Influential Fintech Companies 2019, the only charity listed amongst 175 global firms.
Small change makes huge difference to seriously ill children. Pennies has reached an incredible milestone by raising £1million for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, with the help of a number of retail partners and their customers.
New research commissioned from Pennies, the digital charity box, has revealed 2018 to be the year of the ‘ethical consumer’, as shoppers are putting their principals and beliefs ahead of their pockets and bargains.
40% of 2,025 UK consumers revealed they have stopped shopping at retailers they considered not to have an ethical stance, found fintech charity Pennies in a recent survey.