Club, Charity and Society Accounts (not available to open)

Our Club, Charity and Society Accounts are no longer on sale to new customers. Existing account holders can continue to use their Club, Charity and Society bank account for free day-to-day banking. This page contains a reminder of how your account works and the fees that may apply.
 
This account was tailor-made for small, non-profit organisations with a turnover below £50,000. Larger not-for-profit organisations with a turnover in excess of £50,000 were offered our Business Extra account. For more information on this type of account, please visit our Business Extra comparison page.
 
Please note, our standard Business Current Account and our Personal Current Accounts are not available for clubs, charities and societies at this time.
 

Account features

  • Manage your account through Internet Banking, the TSB business mobile banking app or by Telephone Banking. Find a branch.
  • Pay in cash or cheques and withdraw cash at most Post Office counters. Limits apply. For more information about everyday banking at the Post Office here.
  • Up to four debit cards per account for a quick and easy way to pay for goods and services

Free day-to-day banking

“Day to day banking” means your banking in the UK, in sterling. It includes cheques, cash, Direct Debits, standing orders, Faster Payments, debit card and ATM transactions.

As a reminder, credit interest is not paid on this account.

Fees and charges

Fees and charges will apply for other transactions. For example:

  • Using your debit card abroad (any currency), or for a transaction in a foreign currency in the UK
  • Sending money abroad
  • Receiving money from abroad
  • Other requests like asking for a banker’s draft or a CHAPS payment. Or stopping a cheque or asking for a copy of a statement you’ve already received.

Please see the Business Banking Charges Guide for more details.

Overdrafts

Arranged Overdrafts

You can’t apply for a new Arranged Overdraft if you are a club, charity or society.

If you already have an Arranged Overdraft on your account, your Overdraft Facility Letter will tell you how your overdraft works, and the interest and fees that will apply.

Unarranged Overdrafts

Occasionally your account may go into an unarranged overdraft if we allow you to make a payment when there’s not enough money in your account.  You can find out more about the costs of using an unarranged overdraft here. This is a summary. For full details of all the fees that may apply to your account please read the Business Banking Charges Guide.

Contact us

If you have any questions or want to speak to an adviser, please call 0345 835 3858, Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 2pm.