E – Environmental
As a micro business you do not take payments every minute of the day: So, share your IPOS pad card reader between staff as well as your neighbouring micro-businesses without the slightest security concern. IPOS pad card readers are automatically reconfigured with security keys every time new business IPOSUP App user connects to IPOS pad.
If you unfortunately stop trading, then just give or sell your IPOS pad card reader to a friend or acquaintance micro-business or sell it via Amazon/Ebay! No need to throw away a perfectly good working IPOS pad card reader!
G – Governance
You can select from a large number of well-known charities during registration for your cardholders as well as optionally your micro-business to donate pennies for every card transaction.
Enable your customers and your business to donate Pennies to these and many more famous Charities:
Charities: why sign up to Pennies and IPOSUP?
Reach new donors
Pennies helps you build income from new givers whom you may not otherwise reach, because they are giving ad hoc, anonymously and when they choose.
Pennies complements other income streams such as community fundraising and can replace income lost from traditional cash collections – which are facing increasing decline, even more so since Covid-19.
Because micro-donations matter
It has been an extremely challenging year for the UK charity sector, with Covid-19 and the Government lockdowns and restrictions seriously curbing the ability for charities to fundraise – and we understand this. Pennies with IPOSUP could begin the journey to grow a new income channel via consumers who are employing small businesses from home improvements to hobbies and catering.
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Dementia is not something that just happens to people as they get older, it is caused by physical diseases. A brain with dementia can weigh up to 140g less than a healthy brain, that is about the weight of an orange.
Our Share the Orange film with Samuel L Jackson helps to show that the diseases that cause dementia could be slowed, and ultimately stopped, through research.
Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity, dedicated to making life-changing breakthroughs in diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure.
Alzheimer’s Research UK exists to keep people connected to their families, their worlds and themselves for longer. Backed by passionate scientists and supporters, we’re challenging the way people think about dementia, uniting the big thinkers and funding innovative science to deliver a cure.
Hope starts here.VISIT WEBSITE
“For poorly children, the worst part is the loss of childhood. You can’t stop that or make it any more pleasant so being able to take them away from that for a moment, a day or a week, makes up for all that they lost. A wish gives them back some childhood.” Becs, Wish Mum
Each day the lives of 10 families in the UK are changed forever when their child is diagnosed with a critical illness. Medical treatment and trips to hospital become the upmost priority, with childhood taking a backseat.
Childhood should be about more than conversations about treatment plans and sleeplessness nights fretting about hospital visits.
Make-A-Wish know that granting wishes is imperative for children with critical illnesses. Wishes bring back joy to families, broaden horizons, build psychological resources and improve wellbeing.
The overall number of children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions has doubled in the last 15 years and will continue to increase over the next decade. Every one of these children should receive a wish.
We are the NSPCC and we’re here to end child abuse, protecting children who are suffering today and preventing abuse from happening tomorrow.
Abuse changes childhood. But, together, so can we. Together we can help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives and find the best ways of preventing child abuse from ever happening. Our Childline service gives young people a voice when no one else will listen. We visit schools across the country, giving children the knowledge they need to stay safe from abuse. And we change the law to make sure our children are better protected.
That’s why we’re here, and that’s why — as long as there’s abuse — we will fight for every childhood. As the UK’s leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse, we’ve remained committed to this mission for over 100 years.
But every day more children need our help and all our vital work is only possible because of you. As an independent charity we receive around 90% of our funding from supporters and rely on people like you to make sure we can reach even more children.
Every pound you raise will help make sure we can fight for every childhood.