Donate your leftover currency to
Rainy Day Trust
Rainy Day Trust: Because you can't always do it yourself
Rainy Day Trust is the only charity in the UK that supports those who have worked, or are working in the home improvement and enhancement sector, including tradesmen. For those who have fallen on hard times, Rainy Day Trust is here, because you can’t always do it yourself.
Rainy Day Trust depends on donations, fundraising and support from its members and partners. To help Rainy Day Trust make a really big difference on people’s lives, why not donate your leftover currency?
Donate your leftover travel money to Rainy Day Trust
Do you have a drawer or jam jar, filled with foreign coins, left over travel money from previous holidays? Would you consider donating that forgotten currency to help fund a good cause?
It's easy to donate your leftover holiday cash; Simply fill out our charity exchange form and send it along with your currency to our London office. We will exchange all currency, coins and notes, foreign and domestic, and donate the exchange value plus 5% extra to Rainy Day Trust.
How much of my donation goes to Rainy Day Trust?
We donate the complete exchange value plus 5% extra to Rainy Day Trust. There are no fees, neither do we subtract any commission. You will receive a confirmation email, containing the amount donate. We will share this information with Rainy Day Trust.
Which banknotes and coins can I donate?
You can donate any coins or notes, foreign or domestic. We will exchange whatever currency you send us and will donate the combined exchange value plus five percent extra to Rainy Day Trust.
We will exchange currencies listed on our exchangeable currencies page against the exchange rates shows.
All other banknotes and coins will be exchanged against their numismatic value, bullion value or scrap metal value, whichever is higher. It helps if you sort the currency before you send it. But if you are unable to sort your currency, don't worry. We will take care of the sorting and counting free of charge.