Cause of the month – January winner

RSDR (Rudozem Street Dog Rescue) are this month’s Cause of the Month and we’re pleased to donate £150 to them. And in keeping with the spirit of easyfundraising, they have decided to donate half to another animal cause, Animal Rescue Kos. Regular readers will remember that Animal Rescue Kos were our October winners and shared their Read More …

easyfundraising donations – making a difference

Great news – between October and December 2010, our fantastic members raised a combined total of £302,144.01 for good causes. This brings the total raised since easyfundraising began to over £2.2 million! We think this is pretty amazing so we want to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who has shopped, searched, told their friends Read More …

Mulberry Community Project

Sourcing funding can be very difficult for many non-profit organisation. It’s not easy at the best of times and now especially while Britain is being squeezed by the recession, it’s becoming harder. Many charities and good causes are struggling to find funding and face closing down altogether. Mulberry Community Project are one such charity.  They help with people with drug Read More …

What could your cause do with £150?

This month’s Cause of the Month poll has now closed and the winning cause was RSDR. Thanks to everyone who voted and watch out for the next Cause of the Month coming soon… Each month we crown one easyfundraising cause as our Cause of the Month. Tell us why it should be your cause and you could win Read More …

RSDR (Rudozem Street Dog Rescue)

Rudozem Street Dog Rescue is a non-profit foundation that rescues street dogs in Bulgaria and finds them loving homes. In August 2007, an English family, Diane and Tony Rowles and their 4 children, moved to Rudozem, Bulgaria from the United Kingdom. The family was shocked by the locals abuse towards street dogs in Bulgaria so Read More …

Why it’s so hard to choose the cause of the month…..

When we asked easyfundraisers to nominate their cause as our cause of the month for October, we were absolutely inundated with responses. It was so hard to pick a winner as every cause we read about seemed to be so deserving of the £150 prize.