A GREAT CAUSE

 

We support many wonderful causes around the world, from children's charities in Africa and Mexico to the people and agencies doing great work on the European refugee crisis to animal charities and shelters in Asia. A percentage of our profit from every transaction made through Ethical Currency goes to alleviating poverty, disease and suffering. At no extra cost to you. You get better-than-bank rates while helping us support those most in need. It’s a micro-tax on each trade but it all adds up. Together we are creating ‘Change Through Exchange’.

 

Find out more about the amazing organisations we work with by clicking on their logos below. Please feel free to get in touch if you know about a great cause that we may be able to support.

GLOBAL CHARITIES

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Milk Matters Charity

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2016 Payments

 

We're in the midst of making our final charity donations for 2016, which have been generated 

from each transaction our clients have made this year. These are the payments that

have been made by Ethical Currency UK and Hong Kong, totalling over £10,000 globally.

 

London Office

 

06/07/16 - 1,250 GBP

Mision Mexico

 

06/07/16 - 1,750 GBP

Msizi Africa

 

24/12/15 - 3,000 GBP

The Worldwide Tribe

 

 

Hong Kong Office

 

 27/06/16 - 15,830 HKD

Animals Asia

 

27/06/16 -  5,000 HKD

Sowers Action

 

14/06/16 - 20,000 HKD

Hong Kong Homeless Dogs Shelter

 

 

2015 Payments

 

At the end of 2015, honouring the years financial obligation
to the Tobin Tax (generated through our ‘Good Money Generator’)

we made the following 4 payments:

 

06/12/15 - 130,000 ZAR

Msizi Africa 

 

06/12/15 - 43,700 ZAR

Treatment Action Campaign

 

24/12/15 - 1,640 USD

Mision Mexico

 

06/12/15 - 10,000 ZAR

The ASAP Foundation Trust

 

‘We've worked with Ethical Currency for years, because they understand the work we do in Africa. They ensure we get maximum value for money by advising us when a good exchange rate comes up.  They help us save approx. £30,000 by buying currency at the right time. This means we can plough more money into our feeding programmes.’

 

Lucy Herron – Msizi Africa