Shop via TheGivingMachine and sales commission from the retailer becomes a FREE donation for your school, charity or community group.
TheGivingMachine.co.uk is the only UK registered charity that enables people to raise money for their chosen school, charity and community group at no cost to them, simply by shopping online and generating sales commission from their favourite retailers. Being charitable means we can focus on maximising the amount shared with your school – just compare the % on our website to others.
Every time an online shopper makes a qualifying purchase via TheGivingMachine website, a sales commission is generated. With the addition of Gift Aid, up to 75% is converted into a free donation for your school. This means shoppers can raise money for their favourite school or charity without the donation costing them a penny.
Over 2,000 of your favourite retailers are helping us to help you make a difference – Amazon, eBay, Sainsbury’s, Next, John Lewis, M&S, Viking, Argos, Sports Direct, Trainline UK, Boden to name just a few.
Winners of Most Trusted Social Enterprise Awards 2015 by The Entrepreneur’s Institute. Charity of the Year 2016 by Achieve Magazine. Tech for Good 2016 Finalist. Hertfordshire Business Awards Winner 2015.
Joining TheGivingMachine community is free for schools, charities, community groups and their supporters. Free support materials are provided to help you get started and keep the free donations flowing:
• Quick start materials
• Posters and templates
• Free tools to communicate with supporters
• Shop & Give Reminder app for desktop
• Shop & Give Mobile App
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