Quaker Social Housing Saver – Triodos Charity Saver
Save and support Quaker Housing Trust
- Save ethically and help support work towards lifting the burden of homelessness
- Save and earn interest
- Choose to donate a percentage of your interest to the Quaker Housing Trust
- Interest rates up to 0.15% AER* variable
*Rates correct as of 23 March 2009. Interest rate quoted is Annual Equivalent Rate (AER) and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. The gross rate is before deduction of tax at standard rate.
The Quaker Social Housing Saver is part of the Triodos Charity Saver range of accounts and is run in partnership with Quaker Housing Trust who support a broad spectrum of housing projects.
Turn your savings into a force for good
Want to help the Quaker Housing Trust fund homes for people with learning disabilities, homeless people and for elderly people? Would you like your savings to have a positive impact on social, cultural or environmental issues? Then show your commitment with the Quaker Social Housing Saver account. As well as earning interest on your savings, you’ll have the assurance that your money is being put to work supporting a positive initiative lifting the burden of homelessness and inadequate housing.
It’s for anyone aged 16 or over who has £100 or more to save. You can open a Quaker Social Housing Saver in your name, or jointly with another person. And you can choose to donate all or a percentage of your interest to Quaker Housing Trust.
A cause for your concern
Opening our Quaker Social Housing Saver account means straightaway you’re making a difference. The more you save, the more interest you earn. And it’s not just a better return on your savings – your money is helping the Quaker Housing Trust.
Know how we use your savings
At Triodos, we believe being ethical means being open. We publish a list of every organisation we lend to, so you know exactly where your money goes. No other bank offers you such a clear link between your savings and the positive difference they make.