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Monzo Apr 4
Last week we invited organisations doing amazing work with socially disadvantaged groups to our first roadshow event, to discuss how we make financial services more inclusive โค๏ธ
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Monzo Apr 1
As part of our campaign, we've teamed up with to make the magazine resellable! ๐ŸŽ‰ Pick up a copy, and Pay It Forward to keep supporting the original seller ๐Ÿ“ฐ
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Euros Evans ๐Ÿ’ถ Mar 11
So bank will let you use a temporary address like a hostel or a shelter to open a new account - this removes one of the biggest barrier for the two million people in the UK that donโ€™t have a bank account ๐Ÿ‘
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ProxyAddress Mar 12
We're thrilled to be working with on the real-world implementation of ProxyAddress and as part of their campaign. Read more about it here:
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Abigail Kerr Apr 4
Everyone deserves access to financial services 's campaign is a great support system for those who face difficulties opening an account
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Danny Cheetham ๐ŸŒน Mar 28
Find it great to see has been able to set up to support Gamblers, but at same time is going full steam for - polar opposites but with same logic, to help more people.
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Invest Edinburgh 9h
developer has teamed up with founder to help vulnerable people access vital services. .
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Benjamin King Apr 1
Monzo setting a new benchmark on so many fronts right now. This new initiative with is such an innovative way to use their assets to drive social impact. Bravo to and team - really changing banking for better!
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Alice Tibbert Mar 27
Great to be at the event this evening hosted by hearing from incredible people about initiatives working towards financial inclusivity. Inspired to think about how the things Iโ€™ve heard tonight could really impact the people we work with!
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Pete Jobes ู† Mar 28
Great to see 's initiative to help the unbanked get banking facilities that enable them to fully participate in society. This is a major problem and it's only going to get worse as cash declines in society.
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Joe Thomas Mar 11
I love Monzo and all, but when they're talking about they seem to forget you literally can't bank with them if you don't have a smartphone... Seems like a pretty big barrier to me.
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Jack Blomfield Apr 2
Replying to @WiredUK @monzo
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Nick Cherrill Mar 13
I support the campaign that has launched. allowed my wife to use a drivers license and a photo to prove identity where no other banks would speak to us, after having recently moved to England. Accessibility to banking is important to all.
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Good Faith Mar 12
'Almost two million people donโ€™t have a bank account, and access to the fundamental parts of life that it unlocks.' We're excited to see launch their Banking For All campaign
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challengerbank Mar 27
Eye-opening, humbling & inspiring speakers behind amazing projects helping the vulnerable, homeless and disadvantaged in society 's event this eve.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป Support ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ
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TwentyTwenty Apr 5
Replying to @monzo
We work with young people who face barriers when attempting to open bank accounts so we're pleased to hear about your campaign!
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Sam Staincliffe Mar 28
Just read about the campaign put forward by . Iโ€™m slightly concerned as to how much I love this bank!
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Alex Sherwood ๐Ÿ“ˆ Mar 11
Everyone deserves access to financial services. That's why I've just pledged my support for 's campaign to make banking more inclusive. Show your support.
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Sanjay Poyzer Mar 29
The campaign from is properly great work. Some real thought there about how to solve the actual problems for people using what already exists and making things better, not just shinier. Gov services could learn a lot from this-
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OLO Mar 28
Love promoting Prisoners find re-integration into society particularly difficult when they have no access to a bank account with no identification. No bank means no benefits and no housing. Well done ๐Ÿ‘ (+ do great work in Prisons)
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