GoRaise

Guest blog by Paula Donnelly GoRaise

At Newcastle-based GoRaise, our mission is to help good causes raise more money, with minimum effort, without costing you a penny.

Whether you’re company wanting to improve your CSR and help your local community; a good cause wanting to boost fundraising; or an individual just wanting to help out a good cause, GoRaise can help.

Simply by making your everyday online purchases via GoRaise, thousands could be easily raised every year. And it’s not just for large charities, we are helping sports clubs, churches, PTAs, Scouts, Brownies, and thousands of other great causes generate extra funds every time they shop online. If your cause isn’t already listed, you can easily add it.

There are over 2,500 leading UK B2B and B2C retailers, and just to re-iterate, it won’t cost you a penny, it’s the retailer that pays! Popular retailers include the likes of John Lewis, eBay, Argos, Hotels.com, Thetrainline, Viking, eBuyer, Booking.com, Purple Parking, Ryman, Moo.com and Venere.

So, whether it be hotels, train tickets, IT equipment and stationery, clothes, or even your weekend take away, there will be a GoRaise retailer that will donate to your cause.

The impact? This year alone, £20 billion will be spent online with GoRaise partner retailers. This means, if everyone made these purchases via GoRaise, £400 million would be generated in donations for good causes. We’re not expecting to get anywhere near this total, but a fraction of that will have a significant impact.

It’s easy to register on GoRaise.

Simply click here.

Click ‘Join’ in the top right hand corner

Make your online purchases via GoRaise

SMILE as retailers donate to your chosen good cause.

We also have a separate section for Challengers, so if you are doing a marathon, sitting in a bath of beans, climbing a mountain, or jumping out of a plane, you can top up your fundraising efforts with GoRaise by registering here: www.goraise.co.uk/for-challengers

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By | 2016-11-08T14:04:04+00:00 May 4th, 2016|Charity, Guest Blogs|0 Comments

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