Support WWF while you shop
Support WWF through your choice of credit card
There are many different ways you can support WWF's vital work, helping people and nature thrive. Choosing a WWF Credit Card is one way you can make a difference, and at no extra cost to you. The card issuer, MBNA, makes contributions to WWF based on how much the credit card is used*.
WWF cardholders have supported a number of key campaigns over the last 15 years simply by shopping. Last year alone 80,000 WWF cardholders raised over £800,000 for WWF – around £10 per person. Just £10 could enable WWF to:
- plant three native tree seedlings to help rehabilitate degraded orang-utan habitat in Borneo and provide future food for the species.
- provide an anti tiger-poaching patrol in the field for one day.
- pay for an oil spill clean-up kit for an Arctic volunteer in the Barents Sea.
Exclusive offers for WWF Credit Card holders at WWF shop
Regular exclusive offers are available to WWF Credit Card holders as well as a 10% discount across our entire range of eco-friendly gifts and products.
Working with MBNA for a more sustainable future
The strong relationship forged between MBNA and WWF goes way beyond the credit card collaboration. For example, the company is a member of our Global Forest & Trade Network which promotes responsible management of the world's forests. MBNA also sponsored the WWF One Planet Schools programme and was a supporting partner for Earth Hour in 2010.
WWF Credit Card
0% for 12 months on balance transfers
from the date your account is opened, made within the first 90 days. 3% handling fee.
0% for 3 months on card purchases
from the date your account is opened.
WWF supporter Sam finds his WWF Credit Card has unexpected perks
Sam Joab has held a WWF Credit Card for more than five years. A friend told me about charity credit cards and my first reaction was to look for one related to an environmental cause, he says. When I found out that WWF offered a credit card it was an easy choice for me as I am already a long-time supporter.
* WWF receives the following commission from MBNA, the card issuer: £40 when you use your card within 90 days of the account opening, 40p for every £100 you spend on card purchases, and £2 for every year your account remains open and active.
WWF-UK charity registered in England number 1081247 and in Scotland number SC039593. A company limited by guarantee, registered in England number 4016725. Panda symbol © 1986. WWF World Wide Fund for Nature (formerly World Wildlife Fund) ® WWF registered trademark. VAT number 733 761821.
Promotional rates will no longer apply from the beginning of any statement period during which you have breached your terms and conditions, for example if you haven't paid on time or have gone over your credit limit. You cannot transfer balances between MBNA accounts.
The WWF Credit Card is issued by MBNA Limited. Registered Office: Stansfield House, Chester Business Park, Chester CH4 9QQ. Registered in England number 2783251. MBNA Limited is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2009, Register Number: 204487 for the provision of payment services, and authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for general insurance business. MBNA's consumer credit activities are licensed by the Office of Fair Trading.
WWF is acting as a credit intermediary. Registered Office: Panda House, Weyside Park, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1XR. Registered charity number in England (number 1081247) and in Scotland (number SCO39593)
It only offers credit cards provided by MBNA Limited.
Credit is available, subject to status, only to UK residents aged 18 or over. Calls may be monitored and/or recorded for quality and training purposes and for compliance with regulations.