Voluntary organisations have faced an unprecedented financial challenge during the pandemic. And with the additional costs of making your services covid-secure for the long term, we know many of you are worrying about funds.
You can register with funding website easyfundraising to enable you to access free funding at this challenging time, plus you could win a £50 donation.
So how does easyfundrasing work?
It’s a very simple idea – register your organisation as a good cause with easyfundraising and you will be able to collect free donations when your volunteers, staff and supporters shop online with leading retailers including Amazon, eBay, Argos, John Lewis, Trainline, Booking.com, CurrysPCWorld, Aviva and Waitrose and Direct Line
It’s free to register and use. With many more people shopping online these days and traditional face to face fundraising methods on hold, this is an easy way for your volunteers and supporters to raise money for your organisation safely from home through their normal online shopping.
easyfundraising has enabled good causes to raise £34m to date, including £4m in 2020 alone. Your organisation does not need to be a registered charity to use easyfundraising and it is open to voluntary organisations of all shape and size.
All you need to do is create an easyfundraising page for your organisation. It’s free and quick to set up and requires very little ongoing management.
If you have questions and would like to speak to someone before signing up, please contact email@example.com who will be happy to help you.
£50 for your organisation
To encourage our members to use easyfundraising, we are running a competition where one organisation will win a £50 donation, provided by easyfundraising.
To enter, all you need to do register your group with easyfundraising between 1st March and 30th April to be entered into the draw. Register here by clicking here.
If your organisation is already registered, just collect at least one donation between those dates to get an entry into the draw.