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One4all Pudsey Gift Card

publication date: Nov 15, 2013

One4all Gift card supporting Children in need

 

One4all, the multi-store gift card from the Post Office, has launched its exclusive Pudsey Gift Card design in support of BBC Children in Need.
 
Rebecca Adlington helped to launch the polka dot themed Pudsey Gift Card, which is now available at 11,500 Post Office branches nationwide and online until the end of the year.
 
For every Pudsey Gift Card that is sold, two per cent of the amount loaded on to the card will be donated to BBC Children in Need, to help make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
 
Olympian Rebecca Adlington said, “I am very happy to be supporting BBC Children in Need this year. It’s such a fantastic charity and it’s great to see new and innovative ways which people are able to donate – like the One4all Pudsey Gift Card. It’s a great gift for any occasion, it is readily available from any Post Office nationwide as well as online and BBC Children in Need will benefit from every sale.”
 
Managing Director of One4all UK, Declan Byrne said, “We’re coming up to the key time of the year for gift card buying and with a choice of 17,000 stores in which to spend, the One4all Pudsey gift card is a great gift for any age and more importantly it supports this wonderful charity. We hope the campaign is a huge success and that we are able to donate a significant amount to support BBC Children in Need in 2014.”

The One4all Gift Card can be uploaded with amounts starting at £10 to £400. The cards do not have an expiry date and will remain valid for as long as there is a balance on the One4all Gift Card.
 
The BBC Children in Need Appeal is a charity registered in England and Wales (802052) and Scotland (SC039557) whose aim is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. They are currently supporting circa 2,700 projects that are working with children facing a range of disadvantages for example, poverty and deprivation; children who have been the victims of abuse or neglect or disabled young people.