How to nominate a charity?

Following the success of our programme since we launched it in 2021, we have increased our donation to £500 per charity. We will send out email invitations to all our customers with an active loan or savings account asking them to nominate charities for a donation.

To receive this email, customers need to have opted in for marketing emails or those that have opted out and only want to receive the nomination email can contact

How does the process work?

  1. Eligible customers will receive an email – only those with an active UK savings account or loan are eligible.
  2. Customers will then be able to nominate their charity to be considered for a donation.
  3. Charities will be selected quarterly from the nominations.
  4. We select one customer at random that nominated the successful charity for a £50 Amazon voucher – customers can choose to donate the cash equivalent of their voucher to the charity.
  5. An announcement will be made via email each quarter to inform our customers of the charity selected
  6. Charities not yet selected are considered on a rolling basis and will still be in the running each quarter. So no need to nominate the same charity each quarter.

Terms and Conditions apply.

Charity of the Quarter 2022/2023

Here are the charities that have been selected ‘charity of the quarter’ and have received a £500 donation from us so far:

  • Bassuah Legacy Foundation in Shepherds Bush, London, promotes social inclusion and relieves the needs of single parents and their children (November 2023)
  • Shirley Lions Club is a Solihull-based charity working on community activity and borough-wide projects. (September 2023)
  • 4Youth (South West) in Wiltshire is a charity supporting young people to achieve their full potential and help them make positive contributions to their community. (July 2023)
  • PeerTalk in Lancashire is a national charity which establishes peer support groups to support persons and families affected by depression. (March 2023)
  • Angel Trust in County Durham is a charity which provides support and a range of services for the needy in their local community. (November 2022)

Charity Programme 2021

In 2021, we launched "You nominate. We donate." for our UK customers to nominate a small charity to be considered for a donation of £250 from JN Bank UK. Here is a full list of the charities we have supported in the initial phase of the programme

  • Kennington Memory Club in Oxford supports person affected by dementia, and their carers
  • Blessed 2 Bless Community Project in Walsall/Birmingham provides meals, clothing, and signposting for persons affected by poverty and homelessness
  • Tartan Army Children's Charity in Glasgow supports children with disabilities, and those in disadvantaged circumstances such as poverty, violence, or lifestyle
  • Hamish Dears Warm Hugs in Aberdeenshire supports children that have been diagnosed with cancer by offering gifts, day out, and funding for short breaks
  • Sports 4 Fitness CIC in Northampton provides multi-sport activities for children and adults with special needs, and their carers
  • The Paper Cup Project in Liverpool provides meals, clothing, and other necessities for rough sleepers, and the homeless