Apply for an Oxfam credit card

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The Oxfam Flat Rate credit card from The Co-operative Bank isn't just any old credit card. This little bit of plastic really does change lives.

Representative example: The advance of credit of £1200 at an interest rate of 12.9% variable per annum will result in a rate of 12.9% APR representative / variable.

Applicants must be UK residents aged 18 years or over and have an annual income of £10,000 or more.

Call 0800 328 8654 free or   apply online now 

How it works

By using this card when you get your groceries or book a holiday, you're helping entire communities around the world to escape poverty.

The Co-operative Bank will donate 

  • £15 for every account opened.

  • A further £2.50 when the account is used within six months.

  • Plus 25p for every £100 you spend using the card.

£4m has been raised by Oxfam credit card holders so far. You could become one of them - call 0800 328 8654 free or apply online now.

Credit facilities are provided by The Co-operative Bank p.l.c (Registered No. 990937) Head Office, PO Box 101, 1 Balloon St, Manchester, M60 4EP and are subject to status and our lending policy. The Co-operative Bank is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (No.121885) and holds an Interim Permission in respect of consumer credit activities and subscribes to the Lending Code and the Financial Ombudsman Service.

Calls may be monitored or recorded for security and training purposes. Calls to 0800 numbers are free from UK landlines, however mobile providers may charge and you may want to check with your service provider.

Interest rates correct at May 2014. Oxfam GB may offer financial services products from a number of different providers including The Co-operative Bank on an intermediary basis, from whom Oxfam GB would receive a commission.

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What your money can buy

£30 raised by Oxfam credit card users can buy a school desk and a chair in Tanzania.

£250 raised can pay for 250 school dinners in some of the world's poorest countries.