Points earned through credit card purchases can now be donated to the largest pool of charities attached to a banking reward program through the National Australia Bank.
Through NAB Rewards, customers can enhance the value of their everyday credit card spend by converting points into much needed charity donations.
Working with community investment specialist, Good2Give, NAB offers the largest number of charities attached to any one Australian bank rewards program.
Customers currently have the choice to support over 80 charities across the fields of health, education, emergency services, environment, aid and youth services.
Good2Give CEO Lisa Grinham welcomed NAB’s investment to boost charitable giving in Australia.
“Emerging giving solutions like this demonstrate the growing role of shared value in our business sector,” Ms Grinham said.
“NAB’s had a long existing corporate responsibility program that Good2Give’s been proud to support over many years. It’s wonderful to see this commitment integrate with their wider business offerings and customer service.”
Ms Grinham reported that the rewards program was placed not only to benefit customers, but dozens of charities and in the process, wider Australian communities.
“As charity revenue stalls and community demands continue, business solutions that are able to integrate giving into our everyday life will increasingly form the backbone to wonderful charity work.
“Companies can play an invaluable role in achieving this, not only by taking leadership in their workplace, but by bringing donor options into their core products and services.”
NAB Executive General Manager of Consumer Lending, Angus Gilfillan, said NAB was proud to offer Australians more flexibility and choice on how they redeem their rewards.
“NAB Rewards gives customers more flexibility, control and choice so they can pass their rewards on to the causes that matter most to them,” Mr Gilfillan said.
View full article as reported by Pro Bono News.