Come together and collect for a colleague, charity or any occasion

It's free and only takes minutes to set up a Collection Pot

We have partnered with Collection Pot to bring you an innovative and engaging platform to securely set up and run your team collections

Featured pots collecting for Come together and collect for a colleague, charity or any occasion:

Phipps Henson McAllister

The Stroke Unit - Northampto...

£489.10 Raised

Pot closed on the 06 May 2022

It's free and easy to set up a Collection Pot

Create a Pot for a colleague, charity or any occasion and share the secure link with your team and they can they contribute online and add a personal message.

Once the Pot closes, the recipient will receive a personalised email inviting them to spend their Pot, which can be spent on a great range of gift cards or withdrawn to a UK bank account using a Visa debit card.

What will you set one up for?

  • a wedding or engagement
  • the arrival of a new baby
  • a retirement
  • a colleague moving on
  • your favourite charity, community group or sports club
  • in fact almost anything!

How Collection Pot works

set up your pot

It is free to create a Collection Pot for any occasion, including employee events, birthdays, weddings, a new arrival, charity or a community project. Personalise your collection by adding an image, share the reason for your collection, set your closing date and time. It’s as simple as that!

build your pot

Share the link with colleagues, friends or family via email or social media. Donations can be added from anywhere at anytime. Contributors are encouraged to add a personal message which can be viewed by all donators on the Pot’s unique message wall

spend your pot

Your recipient will be invited to spend their Pot via our catalogue, which offers a great range of gift cards & e-codes from high street brands and local retailers, or transfer to your bank using a UK or Rep. of Ireland issued Visa debit card. For all charity collections funds will be transferred to the charity’s nominated bank account.

What would you spend your collection pot on?