The Mayor of London has installed contactless donation points across the city to encourage Londoners to help the homeless this winter.
The TAP London points let people donate £3 by tapping their contactless payment card or device. There were 35 launched, with plans for around 90 in total, dotted around busy areas of the capital.
100% of each £3 donation will go to the London Homeless Charities Group: a coalition of 22 charities including Depaul UK, Crisis, and Homeless Link working in the city. So far there have been over 1,200 taps, raising more than £3,600.
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