LEON bolsters charitable efforts through Adyen partnership

The companies started working together in June 2020.

LEON has extended its partnership with payments solution provider Adyen to include a donating mechanism.

Adyen Giving specifically allows customers to donate directly to LEON’s chosen charity Bags of Taste when making payments on digital kiosks in-store. Currently, it is running at 20 LEON restaurant locations and has so far raised over £8,000 from 11,000+ individual donations. 

LEON and Adyen’s partnership began in June 2020, working alongside Vitamojo to create an online click and collect ordering channel and the roll-out of self-service digital kiosks in-store.

“It’s our mission to make it easier for everyone to eat well and live well, which is why we serve naturally fast food that tastes good, does you good and is kind to the planet. This sentiment now extends past our food, to the impact that our customers make on the world,” LEON digital executive Hugo Engel said.

“When we first started working with Adyen, we knew we would be able to offer our customers more streamlined payments. But now, thanks to Adyen Giving, our customers can help others create a balanced lifestyle through donating to Bags of Taste.”

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