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11 August 2020 / 21. Zil-Hajj 1441

Easy Fundraising – raise money while you shop!

Did you know you can raise funds for The World Federation while you shop online? Easy Fundraising is a company which has partnered up with many popular retailers, such as Amazon, John Lewis, Boots, ASOS, Tesco and many insurance and utility companies so that when you buy something from their websites, a percentage of the money goes to us! It doesn’t cost you anything extra, you get the products you want & we receive donations – it’s a win for everyone!

It’s very simple to sign up, just click this link and follow the instructions below:

1. Fill in your details & click 'Create my account'.

2. Choose whether you would like to include Gift Aid:

3. Get the donation reminder toolbar by clicking 'get donation reminder' then 'add extension'.

And that’s it! You’ll get this little icon on the top of your browser which will remind you of Easy Fundraising whenever you’re shopping online. 

As you’re checking out, it’s just one extra click & The World Federation receives a donation, which could greatly benefit someone in need. In addition, when you refer a friend, The World Federation gets £1 so make sure you tell everyone you know so we can make a difference in as many lives as possible.


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