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NSPCC uses Alliance & Leicester's online donations service

Howard Lake | 14 January 2004 | News

The NSPCC is the latest charity to use CharityPay, the online donation service developed by Alliance & Leicester Commercial Bank.

CharityPay uses the same secure, 128-bit encryption technology as Alliance & Leicester Commercial Bank’s BillPay service, which has over 250,000 users and which is used by almost 200 utilities, local authorities and housing associations. Card details are not retained on the CharityPay and BillPay servers.

CharityPay accepts donations by credit and debit card and includes a facility to make a Gift Aid declaration.

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NSPCC is now one of three charities using the service. The others are the Child of Achievement Awards and The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.

NSPCC’s use of the service is part of a longer term relationship with Alliance & Leicester. The bank has helped raise over £1.1 million for the charity through a variety of initiatives since 2001.

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