UK banks and building societies
UK banks and building societies

Banking for small charities, clubs, and community groups

A number of high street banks and building societies have recently changed the services they offer to small charities, clubs, and community groups.  Accounts that previously incurred no charges have been withdrawn and many local groups are feeling the pressure.

Before entering Parliament, I worked with local community voluntary groups and I know how important it is for them to have access to banking services.  Whether it’s collecting members’ subscriptions, paying for the hire of a venue or making charity donations, access to banking is vital for community organisations.

I’m keen to understand the full impact these decisions have had upon local groups and I’d be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the survey below.

Best wishes,

Gerald

Gerald Jones MP
Member of Parliament for Merthyr Tydfil & Rhymney

Banking Charges for Community Groups

About your organisation

The name of your organisation.
What is the type of organisation?
In a few words, say what your organisation does.
How much money does your organisation receive in a typical year. This is only an estimate.
Which bank or building society do you currently use?
If your bank or building society is not listed, please write it here.
Do you currently pay a fee, either monthly or yearly, to your current financial provider?

About you

Name
Address
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