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Charitable links to raise money FREE (please view and click)

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Charities
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  • For Home-Start North Wirral... (https://www.homestartnorthwirral.co.uk) ...a charity that supports families with young children.

    http://www.everyclick.com/uk/homestartnorthwirral click and search for free

    http://www.buy.at/homestartnorthwirral buy from any of the stores listed (paying no more than normal) and the charity will receive a percentage of your purchase! Especially useful for the January sales.

    If anyone wants to know any other ways they can get involved and help please feel free to drop me a message.

    Many thanks for your support
    Weight loss to date - 8st 13lbs :j
  • I compiled a list of click to donate sites a few years ago and collected them into one website. It also contains other information that you can donate to charity/help the environment for free via the internet.

    http://www.jigsaw-of-smiles.8m.com/

    I actually use a homepage rotator piece of software so that my homepage alters each time I open up the internet. Each homepage is a click to donate site so that I can donate to a different charity each time my homepage comes up. If you're intrested in using this as an idea, then the FREE piece of software to do this is here

    http://www.whatpage.org/

    Mike
  • If you keep on forgetting to use those click-to-donate sites, then why not subscribe to this free email reminder service. Every two days you'll receive one simple email reminding you to visit a different click-to-donate website. Here's the website address to sign up to it

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DailyFreeDonation/

    And here's a list of the different click-to-doante website you'll be reminded to visit. There's loads of them and at 2 days apart it takes about 4 months to get through them all - and then it starts all over again!

    http://geocities.com/dailyfreedonation/websites.htm

    Mike
  • Bumping to promote http://www.everyclick.com/ again - you can choose a charity local to you or a national one. Everytime you search you will raise money for that charity.

    I changed my homepage to this from google and when it loads I type in the websites I usually load so that each one reaises money and I also use it to get to google rather than typing it in my address bar then even more money gets raised.

    My charity is Compton Hospice.

    Please give this your support!! Many thanks.
    3 kids(DS1 6 Nov, DS2 8 Feb, DS3 24 Dec) a hubby and two cats - I love to save every penny I can!
    :beer:
  • Hi All,

    whilst on my PC (and all day in work) I click over and over again on the hunger site, child health site and educational books site amongst the others on the website - http://www.thehungersite.com

    I also support Forever Angels (I'm trying to raise the awareness of this couples work - please visit
    https://www.justgiving.com/foreverangels_babyhome

    Thanks
  • IannaIanna Forumite
    581 posts
    You may never have thought of this, but women's
    shelters in the U.S. go through thousands of tampons
    and pads monthly. Assistance agencies generally help
    with expenses of "everyday" necessities such as toilet
    paper, diapers, and clothing, but one of the most
    BASIC needs is overlooked - feminine hygiene products.
    (Who is at the helm of the funding assistance
    agencies!?)

    Seventh Generation, a green paper products and
    cleaning products company, has a do-good attitude and
    will donate a box of sanitary products to a women's
    shelter in your chosen state - just for clicking the
    link. Talk about easy (literally takes less than 30
    seconds and they ask nothing of you). And, yes, it is
    legitimate!

    http://www.tampontification.com/donate.php

    Also you get to imagine that you live in the USA as you do it :)
  • Until the 31st of March, Microsoft are contributing to ninemillion.org for each click on their search engine ninemillion.org is a a UN agency-led campaign providing education and sports programs for the nine million refugee youth around the world. This can be uploaded to your 'live' page or just bookmarked. For more info click on http://click4thecause.live.com/search/charity/default.aspx?source=mscom
  • jet77jet77 Forumite
    1.6K posts
    Hi,'

    I dont thinkg this ones been mentioned:

    We provide a FREE fundraising service where you can raise funds for any charity, trust, school, club, good cause or community group you support when you shop online.

    Choose from over 400
    of the UK's best-known retailers including many popular names such as NEXT, Amazon, Debenhams, John Lewis and HMV, and when you shop using the links on our site up to 15% from every purchase you make is donated to the cause you choose to nominate.

    It doesn't cost anything extra to shop and raise funds in this way and as many retailers now give extra discounts when you buy online, you can even save money!


    http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/
    JUST DO IT ONE BRICK AT A TIME
    PROUD TO BE DEALING WITH MY DEBTS
    Weekly Budget: groceries£50/petrol£50/Unnecesary£15
    DEBT PAID = 58% (£4,212/£8216):T
  • I'm using http://www.everyclick.com/ to support the charity that I work for;
    https://www.thanetearlyyears.org
    We provide good quality affordable childcare in areas of deprivation in East Kent.
    If anyone wants to sponser us through everyclick we would be very grateful.
    TFL
  • Do a search from this website and money will be donated for every search to Nightingale House Hospice which is based in Wrexham, North Wales.
    A very worthwhile cause. My father died here 2 years ago so please support it.

    http://www.nightingalehouse.co.uk/
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