The UK’s largest charity shopping platform, easyfundraising, is calling for shoppers
to do Christmas differently and make their seasonal shopping count this year.
Shoppers can secure valuable donations for their favourite charity or good cause for
free, simply by doing their usual Christmas shopping via the easyfundraising website
More than 8,000 brands are signed up to the easyfundraising platform with all the big
name brands on the platform including John Lewis, Currys, Apple, H&M and Marks
Once a customer has bought their items through the easyfundraising website, the
retailer will give a donation to the charity or good cause of the customer’s choice –
including plenty of local and grassroots causes such as PTA groups, local football
teams and food banks. If your preferred cause isn’t listed, you can request to have it
And with Christmas now less than 100 days away, easyfundraising wants people to
know that this festive period they really can #MakeItCount.
Charities and good causes have been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and cost-
of-living crisis. Many have taken fewer donations because of people tightening their
belts and cutting back on spending.
This means platforms such as easyfundraising are more important than ever so
everyone knows they can still give while just going about their day-to-day shopping.
Groceries, including the all-important turkey, can be bought through supermarkets
partnered on the easyfundraising website, such as Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and
So can presents and gifts like clothing items, perfumes, and jewellery from retailers
including Asos, the Perfume Shop and H Samuel.
James Moir, the CEO of easyfundraising, says: “Christmas is now around the corner
and soon we will be tucking into a tasty turkey and all the trimmings. Oh, and of
course, opening the presents we have been given from our friends and loved ones.
“Around £20 billion was spent last year on presents in the run-up to the festive
period, showcasing how important this time of year is and how crucial it can be for
charities and good causes if you choose to shop using easyfundraising.
“It won’t cost you a penny or add anything extra to your bill but could provide a
crucial lifeline to those good causes who really need the cash.
“Christmas is about coming together to make a difference. So, while the donation
you generate alone might not seem like a lot, added up it will make a huge difference
to your chosen good cause or charity.”
easyfundraising launched in 2005, raising more than £49million for charities and
good causes across the UK. It’s one of the country’s leading ways to support
grassroots charities and good causes.