Difference between a Standing Order & a Direct Debit

What’s the difference between a standing order & a direct debit? Standing orders and direct debits are both instructions to make payments from your account, for example to pay for gas, electricity or council tax. A standing order is when you ask your bank to pay a fixed amount at certain intervals, e.g. monthly. You […]

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I Volunteer – Emma’s story

It’s the last day of Volunteers’ Week today and the perfect opportunity to say another huge ‘thank you’ to each and every FAIRshare volunteer and to thank them all for the fantastic contribution they make to our credit union. We’ve asked our newest volunteer, Emma Allum to share her thoughts & experiences, and hope her story might inspire […]

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Open Morning at Stirchley InformationPoint

Open Morning at Stirchley Information Point

Do you live in the Stirchley and Brookside parish?  We’re holding an Open Morning at Stirchley Information Point, and would like to invite you to join us! Local residents and partner organisations are invited to join Councillors and FAIRshare for coffee and cake at their Open Morning on Wednesday 20th June, 2018, from 9am – […]

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Celebrating Our Young Volunteers

This week is Volunteers’ Week and today we’re celebrating our young volunteers and the fantastic contribution they make. Did you know our School Saver Clubs are run entirely by young volunteers?  In the last 12 months our 51 young volunteer officers, have processed more than 1345 transactions, greeted 152 members at 118 collections across our […]

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Volunteers’ Week

Today is the start of Volunteers’ Week  which takes place from 1st – 7th June every year.  Volunteers’ Week is an opportunity to celebrate volunteering in all its diversity, and most importantly a chance to say thank you for the fantastic contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK. Like many organisations, FAIRshare relies on […]

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