easyfundraisers do it again!

easyfundraisers have done it again! We’ve just added up the donations raised by our members between July and September this year and it comes to an impressive £187,854.63 so well done everyone and thanks for making a difference. We asked our Facebook community how much they have raised and what they’ll be spending their donations on this Read More …

How one Scout group raised nearly £1000 in a year…

Solihull Jamboree Scout Unit are raising money to visit the World Scout Jamboree in Sweden in 2011, along with thousands of other scouts.  They’ve already raised almost £1,000 through shopping online with easyfundraising. We went to visit them on camp to find out more… [efvideo]nnUqMtrzJYc[/efvideo]

STEPS – well deserved winners

Our cause of the month for October just has to be STEPS, a small national charity supporting children and adults affected by a lower limb condition such as clubfoot or a hip condition. We were overwhelmed by nominations for this charity; their supporters were keen to tell us how STEPS has made a difference to them. Read More …

Social Media: A key factor in record-breaking Fundraising Appeal

This is a guest article from Graham Richards, a freelance legacy fundraiser and social media champion for charities & businesses. Following the devastating earthquake in Haiti earlier this year, the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), the coalition of several key aid charities, received a record-breaking £70m+ in donations for its Haiti Appeal. A staggering 48% of the UK population Read More …

On camp with Solihull Jamboree Scouts

  On Saturday I was invited to spend the day with the easyfundraising Cause of the Month, Solihull Jamboree Scout Unit, on camp in beautiful Shipston on Stour. I headed down there with our cameraman Geoff to make a video about what they do.

How easyfundraising cheques are making a difference

A couple of weeks ago we sent our causes cheques for the funds they raised in the second quarter of this year. The total amount sent out came to just shy of £200,000 – not at all bad for just three months of shopping and searching. We asked our causes on Facebook what they plan to use the money for, Read More …

Who are our causes?

Here at easyfundraising, we’ve always been proud of the diverse nature of our causes. Recently we asked our members on Facebook to tell us about the cause they support and why. Here’s a few of the fantastic responses from our dedicated easyfundraisers: