So far we've raised £10,124,532.09

Raise free funds for The Admiral Trust when you do your Christmas grocery shop!

Pre-load your grocery store card ready for your in-store Christmas grocery shop at ASDA, Tesco, Waitrose & Partners or Marks & Spencer.

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An average £100 weekly spend raises £100 per year!

How our reloadable grocery store cards work:

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Order & pre-load

Order your in-store grocery card + pre-load funds.

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Hit the aisles

Shop for your weekly groceries + pay with your in-store grocery card.

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Top-up & raise

Remember to top-up your grocery card and you’ll raise again and again for The Admiral Trust.

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Reloadable grocery store cards

Our reloadable grocery store cards will be sent in the post and can be used in-store as a payment method at the till for all your supermarket shopping.

Perfect for

  • Raising regular free funds for The Admiral Trust
  • Pay for your weekly grocery shop quickly
  • Great for budgeting your weekly grocery spend
  • Picking up weekly essentials whilst on the go

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Frequently asked questions - see all FAQs

How do Give as you Live store cards work?

Give as you Live store cards allow you to raise an average of 3% in free funds for your favourite charity when you buy or top-up online.

We have a range of cards and e-vouchers available from popular stores including Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Tesco and Asda.

Purchase store cards for yourself or as a thoughtful gift. Many of our cards are reloadable, so you can raise a free donation each time you top-up.

The scheme is managed by Give as you Live with the card distribution and payment process handled by our partner, SVM Global Limited, who are a world-leading reseller and distributor of corporate gift cards, e-codes and gift vouchers.

How do I purchase store cards?

This is a members-only scheme available to all charity supporters and to Give as you Live users. You can register for the scheme via the Give as you Live website.

Are there any charge for signing up?

There is no extra charge for shopping using a store card with our retailers. The donation is made for free by Give as you Live to your chosen charity.

Postage costs and credit card fees (debit card payments are free) will be included upon checkout.

Is there a cost to the charity?

The Give as you Live store cards scheme is totally FREE for charities, as are the marketing materials we make available.

How do I add money to the card?

When you order a card, an initial amount is uploaded. If you wish to top-up the balance on your card, you can do this by logging into your account panel, selecting the card and choosing 'add funds'.

What donation will my charity receive?

Every purchase or reload of a store card or e-voucher generates a donation based on the amount you upload. You can see individual donation rates for each retailer by browsing our cards.

Where can I shop with my store card?

There are a wide range of store cards available for popular retailers including Marks & Spencer, Tesco and Asda.

You can see all of our participating retailers and details on where you can redeem your store card by browsing all our cards.

How do I pay using my store card/e-voucher?

The store cards are a standard method of payment. Just hand the card to the check-out assistant or, if you are using a self-service checkout, swipe your card to pay for your goods.

E-vouchers can be used in a similar way and provide a unique code that contains details of the amount of cash that can be spent.

I am unable to pay with a credit card or Amex card on the website. Why is this?

All personal credit card payment methods and Amex have been removed from the site. Please make your payment using a debit card.

I am trying to place an order and I am receiving a “card type not supported” error when entering my card number. Why is this?

If you are using a credit card, credit cards have been blocked on this site. Please make your payment with a debit card instead.

If you are using a debit card, certain issuing banks sometimes use 16 digit card numbers which were previously associated with credit cards. As we have blocked credit cards on this website, if our system is identifying your payment method as a credit card, you will not be able to proceed. Please use an alternative debit card, or contact our Customer Care team who will be able to help you.