Save Money Whilst supporting Bridge2Aid – Why wouldn’t you?

Posted in: News, by sheanna, on 6th February 2015 | Comments Off on Save Money Whilst supporting Bridge2Aid – Why wouldn’t you?


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Bridge2Aid has teamed up with Lloyds Bank Cardnet and Merchant Rentals to offer you a card processing deal that will save you money on your processing costs, and save you money on your handset rental, whilst donating money to Bridge2Aid. Every time a patient uses a debit or credit card at Reception, Lloyds Cardnet will make a donation on your behalf.

To find out how this will save you money, click here: LLoyds scheme leaflet

Benefits of the Scheme

Low cost handset rental –Incredibly low monthly charges – starting at just £11.99 a month.

Card services MOT – Lloyds will assess your practice and suggest the best machine for you. This may be wireless, contactless, or just a simple counter-top.

3 months free – When you sign up, you will get the first 3 months rental for free.

Easy set-up – Simply say you would like to get involved, and Lloyds will do the rest.

Great PR – It is an easy way to tell your patients that you are a bit different and that you support our work.


Catherine Tannahill of The Smile Rooms in Yorkshire said of the scheme:

“The team at The Smile Rooms were delighted to be able to support Bridge2Aid by using the Merchant Giving Scheme via Lloyds banking. For every card transaction by our patients, the practice is making a donation to this worthwhile cause. It was easy to arrange and install – just a few forms to fill in and minimal disruption. It is great PR for the practice and we have had the added bonus of saving money on our existing rates – Everyone’s a winner!”


This is a really easy way to donate regularly to our work, and make a massive difference in East Africa. Once you sign up, Lloyds will transfer money raised to Bridge2Aid with no need for any action from you.

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