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Donations from debit or credit cards goes to Cambridge Street Aid, to help turn homeless people's lives around.
Instead of giving loose change to homeless people in Cambridge, a new high-tech way of helping more homeless people's gone live in the city at contactless payment points.
Donations from debit or credit cards goes to Street Aid to help turn homeless people's lives around.
Cambridge Street Aid have installed the points at Mandela House, St Andrew's Street (available 24 hours a day) and one at the Visitor Information Centre, Peas Hill.
The new contactless giving points will make it even easier for people to give to Street Aid, with every penny donated going to help people turn their lives around.
For more information on Cambridge Street Aid visit: http://www.cambscf.org.uk/cambridge-street-aid.html or https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/alternative-giving-campaign