Fundraising Made Easy

Fundraising Made Easy

As restrictions across the UK continue to fluctuate, organising fundraising events is becoming difficult and unreliable. There are however a number of things that you can do, which take a matter of seconds to set-up but can result in donations being made to charity.

One of these is easyfundraising. Easyfundraising is a platform which turns your everyday online shopping into donations for a cause of your choice, at no cost to you.


How does it work?

When making purchases on hundreds of online retailers, the retailer makes a donation based on a percentage of what you’ve spent.

For example, Booking.com contributes a 4% donation. Let's say you fancy a winter weekend getaway and book two nights in a hotel, coming to £300. That’s instantly £12 to a charity of your choice, and not a penny extra from your pocket.

Easyfundraising is simple to sign-up to and all they require is your name and email address. Watch this video to see just how straightforward it is.


Over 4,400 shops and online retailers use easyfundraising to make donations, from utility providers to luxury fashion brands. Using easyfundriaisng comes at no cost to you but can result in thousands of pound sin donations to deserving causes across the country.

To start donating to The Fine & Country Foundation though easyfundraising, simply follow this link.


Where does the money go?

Every penny that is donated to The Fine & Country Foundation goes directly towards fighting the causes of homelessness and poverty, across the UK and overseas. We have donated over £400,000 to deserving causes since 2014 and look forward to being able to support organisations again, in our Spring Grant Programme next year.

Get ideas for ways you can still fundriase remotely on our blog post, or get in touch at foundation@fineandcountry.com.

30th Oct 2020

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