Supporting a Good Cause - Find a Good Cause
Find a cause you care about and start fundraising today
If you’re eager to do your bit for charity but are unsure where to start, we can help. At easyfundraising, we’re dedicated to helping those in need, and so far we’ve raised over £7 million in donations across the UK. For us, this is just the start; with your help we can’t wait to see this total get higher and higher!Read More
Interested in getting involved? Simply find a cause you care about and get shopping. Our partnering retailers are ready and waiting to give out donations on your behalf. For inspiration on who to donate to, use the search tools below. You can search by name, postcode (to find local charities to support) or by category. With our help, you’re certain to get your fundraising off to a great start.
Frequently Asked Questions
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When you make a purchase with one of our 2,700+ participating retailers, as a thank you for shopping, the retailer provides a donation for you to give to your chosen good cause. You choose which good cause to give it to. Retailers include Amazon, John Lewis, M&S and eBay.
Yes, you can register your own good cause for free, provided that you're based in the UK and have unselfish goals. You don't have to be a registered charity, it could be a personal challenge, the girl guides or scouts, your child's school, and much more.
You can ask any good cause to join easyfundraising. It's free for them to join - they simply need to register with us.
Yes, easyfundraising is completely free for good causes and supporters.
easyfundraising sends payments to good causes every 3 months. The minimum payment is £15 - if your cause doesn't manage to raise that amount in the given period, we'll simply carry it forward to the next payment cycle.
Yes, you do need to visit the easyfundraising website or use our app before making a purchase to ensure the donation will be collected. However, if you want to make things easy for yourself, simply install our donation reminder, which automatically detects when you visit a retailer's site, so you don't have to remember to visit our website beforehand.