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Posted on: August 16th, 2012 by Ian Stormnet

Charity Fundraising

If you are a charity fundraiser and are looking for simple and very effective charity fundraising ideas then look no further than foreign coin collections. Charity coin collections are one of the best ways to raise money for your charity or good cause. The fundraising is very effective as it uses unwanted foreign coins to raise money.

The main advantage is that people often don’t mind donating foreign coins, this is because they can’t be changed at the bank or bureau de change and therefore are useless (unless of course you remember to take them away the next time). Most people don’t remember to take them so, for the most part they go to waste. Our service means that you can take advantage of this fact and collect foreign coins for your fundraising campaign.

We help hundreds of charities, clubs, schools and good causes all over the UK raise much needed funds.

Our fundraising service is simple, easy to use and effective.

  1. You send us your foreign coins (we accept all coins from Euros to Yen and everything in between) -we’ll even collect for FREE over certain weights – check out ‘How to send us coins‘ for full details.
  2. We sort and count the coins
  3. You get paid – it really is that simple!

If you’d like to see just how good our service is take a look at our customer comments page to see how we’ve helped others.

What coins do we accept?

All foreign coins
Pre-Euro coins and notes
All foreign banknotes
Old British and Irish coins
Pre-decimal coins


To get your fundraising off the ground just organise a foreign coin collection, every year thousands of people return home from their holidays with spare foreign change that never gets used. As a fundraiser you can tap into this and collect foreign coins which we then buy for cash. We then pay the funds directly to you or the nominated charity via cheque or BACS. So, if you’re looking for an excellent way of fundraising start your charity coin collection today.

For further help and advice please contact our charity team.