Tarjeta ONG Acnur

  • Bankia yields to Acnur the 50 % of profits

    Obtained by use of the card in shops

  • Cooperate with the UNHCR. Bankia donates 50% of the net profit obtained. You just have to use your card to pay in shops.
  • NGO Acnur Card

Features of the card

  • It is one of the cards included in the Bankia NGO project.
  • In this way, Bankia cedes to the UNHCR 50% of the profits from the use of the card in businesses. It is a customised card with the UNHCR image and logo.
  • Preferential conditions in the AirRefund service for claims against airlines due to cancellation, overbooking or delays on flights in and out of Europe. The cardholder does not have to pay any expense up front when the claim is filed, nor throughout the process. Only if the response to your case is favourable, AirRefund will charge a commission of 25% for Bankia Visa cardholders, instead of the usual 30%. Further information in the following link.

The UNHCR is the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees established on 14 December 1950 by the UN General Assembly. Its main goal is to protect and support refugees all over the world.

To learn more about Acnur's aims and actions, visits its website www.acnur.org

If you want to help out by using the NGO Card but you don't have one yet, you can contract it from this same page.

You can consult the Specific pre-contractual information (IPE) (PDF, 53 kB).