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To offer your charity opportunities to access free funding, we have partnered with easyfundraising.

easyfundraising is a fundraising platform that turns online shopping into free donations for your charity, CIC, or community organisation. Sounds too good to be true, right? It isn’t. easyfundraising works with over 6,000 online retailers including much-loved brands, Amazon, John Lewis & Partners, eBay, Debenhams, TUI, Sainsbury’s, Not on the High Street, and many more; who will all donate to your charity to say thank you for shopping with them. This means that every online purchase can mean more; more supplies, more support, and more opportunities for the members who rely on your charity.

Our partnership with easyfundraising enables us to benefit from a small commission when charities that we refer sign up to the fundraising platform. This means as well as our member charities benefitting from this additional funding opportunity, The Foundation for Social Improvement can benefit too. Any monies we raise this way, we have committed to reinvesting back into our organisation to continue to support our members, the main reason why this partnership is such a valued one.

Good causes have raised over £35M through easyfundraising to date, and we want your charity to start benefiting too! 

An average online shopper can generate £30 per year, if everyone associated with your charity starts using easyfundraising every time they shop, think of the possibilities.

Three steps to getting off to a great start:

  • Register your charity with easyfundraising – this only takes a couple of minutes.

  • Book a free 1-2-1 call with a charity specialist for a quick demo of the easyfundraising site.

  • Share your page with everyone associated with your charity, so they can start supporting you every time they shop online.

Plus, if you register your charity by 23:59 on 30 November 2021, your charity will be in with a chance of winning a £100 donation. Full T&Cs apply. Don’t miss out on free funding; register your charity today.



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