Volunteer Shopping Cards
ASDA - The Volunteer Shopping Card can be bought easily online
It can then be emailed to the volunteer or printed out and left in a safe place for the volunteer to pick up
The volunteer then shops using the card, makes the payment using the barcode in store, and leaves the shopping in a safe place
So easy, so why not try it today! Get your Volunteer Shopping Card NOW
M&S – We’re All in this Together E-Gift Card – a simple way for customers to provide payment without exchanging cash or their card.
Simply select the amount you need on your E-Gift Card based on your shopping list.
Add the E-Gift Card to your basket and checkout by signing into your account.
Enter your email address or your volunteer's - you will then receive a barcode, which your volunteer can scan at our self-checkouts in store. Alternatively, they can read the 30 digit E-Gift Card code to our colleagues at the till.
Sainsburys - Shopping Cards
Our Volunteer Shopping Card helps you to keep up social distancing. It lets you use your money to pay for your shopping, even if someone else is going to the shops for you. You’re also protecting our colleagues, as its cashless payment, helping us to keep helping you.
Waitrose has launched an e-gift card to help NHS volunteers shop for elderly, vulnerable and anyone self-isolating during the Coronavirus crisis.
Those who are unable to leave and venture out to the shops can buy a volunteer shopping e-gift card online, which is then emailed directly to friends, neighbours and any volunteers to use on their behalf in Waitrose stores across the UK.
The card can be loaded with £10 denominations up to a maximum of £500. The voucher has been designed to help provide those most in need with a safe, contact-free way to get others to pay for their shopping, without having to take cash out or share any personal bank details.
Customers will also have online access to check the remaining balance of their e-gift card to keep track of any spending.