Castle Water will donate £100 for every customer who switches to pay by Direct Debit

This December and for the second year running, Castle Water will help to raise money for Save the Children's emergency fund by asking existing customers to switch their payment method to Direct Debit. In return, Castle Water will donate £100 for every switch.

Save the Children’s partnership with Castle Water helps make this vital work possible. We joined forces in August 2017. In the space of just 18 months, Castle Water raised an incredible £120,000 through generous corporate, employee and customer donations. Read more here.

Switch to Direct Debit and we'll donate £100

When disaster strikes, water is life

In the critical first few hours and long after the initial emergency, Castle Water and Save the Children make sure children can get the safe, clean drinking water they need to survive.

Save the Children’s Emergency Fund is designed to help us rise to this mounting challenge. It means that we can respond as soon as disaster strikes. The faster we respond, the more lives we save. It means our teams can be on the ground delivering life-saving supplies wherever the need is greatest, whether a crisis is making the headlines or has been forgotten by the world. And it means we can be there for communities for the long haul, helping them to get back on their feet and be better prepared for the next emergency.

John Reynolds OBE, Castle Water’s CEO, explains:

We're pleased to partner with Save the Children which works in more than 120 countries to save children’s lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential. As a company, we will donate £100 when a customer applies online to pay their bills by Direct Debit. It’s really easy to do online at

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