Bristol pioneers tap-to-donate scheme to help homeless people

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Contactless card readers across city centre will raise money for charities tackling crisis The UK’s first contactless donation system to raise money for homeless people has been launched in Bristol. Shoppers, office workers and people on a night out will be able to tap debit or credit cards to donate £3 a time for charities that will use the money to help get rough sleepers off the street and prev
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