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Register your cause

How it works

We turn daily shopping into every day magic!

It's simple - every time an online shopper spends, brands donate to your health and well-being organisation. Giving you a free, effortless way to raise funds to cover running costs, exciting new projects or improve your users' experience. 

easyfundraising partners with over 7,000 brands who want to give back, transforming ordinary online shops into extraordinary rewards.

How to help those who need support

Become an easyfundraiser

  • 1

    Sign up and choose a cause

    Search for your favourite health and well-being cause or choose one of our most popular. You can also change your cause at anytime.

  • 2

    Download our browser extension

    Our Donation Reminder plug-in pops up automatically when you shop to let you know when a donation is available.

  • 3

    Track your donations

    You’ll be able to see how much you’ve raised in your account and we’ll send updates on when your cause gets paid.

How to get started

"Here at the patient-founded charity Kidney Cancer Support Network, we are really happy to be part of the easyfundraising family of charities, it's a very effective fundraising tool for us, and our patients and families find it an attractive and easy way of supporting the charity.”

Rose Woodward via Trustpilot

"easyfundraising was one of those things you'd think would be complicated - but it couldn't be EASIER. I'm totally hooked on this and I am so excited about the potential for my cause."

Helen De Broize via Trustpilot

Everything you need to know about easyfundraising

easyfundraising turns the everyday online shopping of employees, volunteers, and the local community into funds for your health and well-being organisation. When they use the easyfundraising website or app to shop with leading brands, the brand sends your organisation a free donation at no additional cost.

There are over 7,000 brands available to shop with, including eBay, Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, WowHydrate, CarWow, Currys, Compare the market broadband, Tesco groceries, Marks & Spencers, Sainsburys groceries and Jurys Inn. It means that no matter what your supporters are buying online, from travel and holidays to fashion, homewares, insurance, and groceries - they can earn free donations.

Your organisation's supporters can also generate donations when making their business purchases – there are over 200 business retailers like Viking, Staples, and Dell who will donate when you shop with them for tech, office supplies, business travel, and even business insurance.

Yes – you don’t need to be a charity to use easyfundraising.

To register your organisation with easyfundraising you will need to know:

  • The name you would like your organisation to be known by on easyfundraising - try to make this unique so that supporters know it's you 
  • The postcode - to help supporters when they search for causes local to them
  • A description - this should include who you are and what you are raising for
  • Payment details – easyfundraising can pay your donations by cheque or straight into your organisation's bank account so have your details ready 

There are also optional fields for: 

  • A logo - making your organisation unique and giving you an identity
  • Charity number - if you have one. 

You can come back to these optional fields later if you don't have the information to hand when you sign up

To get your fundraising off to the best possible start easyfundraising offers a completely free 1-2-1 session with one of our friendly fundraising coaches. It won't take long, and they will show you the best way to make easyfundraising work for your organisation with tailored tips, tools, and a guided tour. 

Providing you have raised over £15, easyfundraising total up all the donations raised by everyone supporting your organisation every three months and send them to you by bank transfer or cheque. There is no charge for this. If your organisation hasn’t raised over £15 in the previous three months, the amount simply rolls into the next payment instead.