Donate to Codeword Pineapple!
Codeword Pineapple relies entirely on voluntary donations to keep running. We think the work we’re doing is important and worthwhile: if you agree, why not give us a hand?
It costs us £2 to purchase and post each badge - that's just £2 to help someone with an invisible disability on those difficult days. Every single donation, no matter how small, will help us to keep this initiative running!
The best way to donate to us is via UK bank transfer. Because there are no payment processing fees involved, your entire donation goes directly towards our work.
To donate please transfer your desired amount to:
Account Name: Codeword Pineapple
Sort Code: 40 16 23
Account Number: 01741799
If you'd prefer to donate through PayPal, please click the button below. PayPal charges a processing fee of 3.4% + £0.20 on each donation. This will decrease significantly once our application to register as a charity is accepted.
Want a bulk order of pineapple pins for your business?
If you’re a business, university or other large organisation looking to invest in a stock of pineapple pins for your workers in need, we offer the chance to place a bulk order of pins which can be delivered directly to your workplace from the badge company. If you wish to place a bulk order, currently we require the company to cover the costs themselves through donation. Deliveries take around 4 weeks. Please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the ball rolling!
Codeword Pineapple does not charge any additional payment processing or handling fees - all the money we receive goes directly to producing and distributing pineapple pins, information cards and leaflets, and the general running of the initiative.
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These wonderful garments are designed and donated by the equally wonderful Shentong.
If you would like to sashay in one of her creations, email email@example.com quoting the name of the item as the subject line.
100% of the proceeds go directly to Codeword Pineapple.
The prices noted are the suggested donations for each garment.