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Each time you complete a journey on the Transport for NSW network between 1 July and 4 August 2019 and pay for the full adult peak hour tap on/tap off fare with a Westpac Mastercard, we’ll donate one school meal to WFP at no cost to you.


Every year, WFP helps more than 90 million people in 83 countries.

Work includes:
 

 Providing food during global emergencies

 Educating communities to fight hunger sustainably

 Working to end World Hunger by 2030.
 

Partners since 2012, World Food Programme, Mastercard and its banking and retail partners has donated more than 63 million meals to children in need around the world since 2017.

 

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Your journey helps the most vulnerable.

Meals will be donated to schoolchildren in places that need them most – from conflict zones to drought-stricken lands and areas of extreme poverty.
 

These meals are a powerful incentive for parents to send their children to school. So along with feeding children, your donation supports universal access to education, which helps to break the cycle of poverty.
 

The donated foods are sourced from local communities to provide an opportunity for equitable economic growth, generate jobs and supporting a resilient community.
 

How it works

One tap on and off with a Westpac Mastercard

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One donation of a school meal

Next time you travel, please tap on and off with your Westpac Mastercard.

All you need to do is pay for the full adult peak hour tap on/tap off fare with a Westpac Mastercard during the campaign period and we will donate a school meal to the WFP. This includes debit cards and credit cards on any NSW train or ferries. Every journey counts.

 

FAQs

Pay for your next train or ferry journey on the Transport for NSW network using your Westpac Mastercard and we’ll donate the value of a school meal to WFP. 

Westpac and Mastercard will jointly donate the global average cost of one World Food Programme (WFP) school meal (AUD$0.35) to the WFP. During the Campaign Period, Westpac and Mastercard will jointly aim to donate over 1,000,000 WFP school meals, up to a maximum combined donation amount of AUD$500,000.

The global average cost of one World Food Programme (WFP) school meal is AUD$0.35.

Yes, of course!

Eligible Transactions include contactless card purchases, PayWear purchases and Google Pay transactions made using a Westpac Debit Mastercard® or Westpac Credit Mastercard®.

Paying for Eligible Travel will incur the same charge as an equivalent standard (peak) Adult fare. Adult off-peak, Child/Youth and Senior/Pensioner fares cannot be purchased using contactless payment. Contactless payment may be used to purchase Opal Daily, Weekly and Sunday Caps; however these purchases will not count as Eligible Transactions for the purposes of the Campaign. See Transport NSW for more information: https://transportnsw.info/tickets-opal/opal/contactless-payments

Things you should know

This campaign is being run by Westpac and is available to existing Westpac customers only. The campaign commences on 1 July 2019 and ends on 4 August 2019 inclusive (“Campaign Period”).
 

During the Campaign Period, when a Westpac customer has:
 

  • completed a journey on the Transport for NSW network; and
  • paid the “tap on/tap off” travel fare using a Westpac Debit Mastercard® or Westpac Credit Mastercard®(which includes payments made via contactless card, Google Pay, Samsung Pay or Westpac Paywear),
     

Westpac and Mastercard will jointly donate the global average cost of one World Food Programme (WFP) school meal (AUD$0.35) to the WFP. During the Campaign Period, Westpac and Mastercard will jointly aim to donate over 1,000,000 WFP school meals, up to a maximum combined donation amount of AUD$500,000. WFP does not endorse any product or service.
 

This Campaign may be varied or withdrawn at any time and is not available in conjunction with any other campaign, offer or promotion.
 

  1.  Eligible Transactions include contactless card purchases, PayWear purchases and Google Pay transactions made using a Westpac Debit Mastercard® or Westpac Credit Mastercard® to purchase a “tap on/tap off” travel fare on the Transport for NSW network during the Campaign Period only (“Eligible Travel”). Offer excludes OPAL transactions, in-store contactless purchases, online purchases, regular card payments, cash advances and ATM withdrawals.
  2. Paying for Eligible Travel will incur the same charge as an equivalent standard (peak) Adult fare. Adult off-peak, Child/Youth and Senior/Pensioner fares cannot be purchased using contactless payment. Contactless payment may be used to purchase Opal Daily, Weekly and Sunday Caps; however these purchases will not count as Eligible Transactions for the purposes of the Campaign. See Transport NSW for more information: https://transportnsw.info/tickets-opal/opal/contactless-payments
     

Westpac PayWear is a registered trademark and PayWear is a trademark of Westpac Banking Corporation. Available for personal customers only with a Westpac everyday bank account that can be linked to a Westpac Debit MasterCard®, who are at least 14 years of age and be registered to use Westpac Online Banking. Read the relevant Terms and Conditions, including the Westpac PayWear Terms and Conditions, available at westpac.com.au, before making a decision and consider if it is right for you. Fees and charges may apply.
 

Mastercard® and the Mastercard brand mark are registered trademarks of Mastercard International Incorporated.
 

Google Pay: Read the GooglePay Terms and Conditions   before making a decision and consider if it is right for you. Available for eligible cards. To use Google Pay you will need to use a compatible device with a supported operating system. Internet connection may be needed to make purchases using Google Pay and normal mobile data charges apply. Google Pay is a trademark of Google Inc.
 

Mastercard is working with Good2Give (ABN: 32 089 603 314), a Not-for-Profit organisation with offices at 12 Holtermann street Crows Nest 2065 NSW, Australia (“Good2Give”) to enable Mastercard to fundraise and to nominate Good2Give as the pass through organisation for transferring funds to the WFP. During 2019 Mastercard will pay for Good2Give’s charges to ensure as much of the donation as possible reaches the destination charity. These fees are to cover operational costs of Good2Give only. Mastercard does not deduct any fees from the donations nor charge any bank fees that are normally applied to donations collected. Donation accepted on behalf of Mastercard Hunger Hero sub-fund of the Good2Give Community Fund ABN 75 706 087 295.

To find out more about WFP, please visit www.wfp.org