We all know that the web has changed the way most of us shop - but did you know that when you shop online, it's possible to raise funds for Cecily's Fund from the retailers you buy from? There are two ways you can do this, and they both come at no extra cost to you.


EasyFundraising

This site is the UK's biggest when it comes to raising money for charities while shopping online - EasyFundraising has raised over £25 million for charities. Over 3,500 retailers are part of the scheme.

It's simple: when you visit a retailer via the site and make a purchase, the retailer pays a small percentage of the sale price to us. The percentage varies between retailers, but it's always free for you.

Cecily's Fund has raised over £400 through EasyFundraising so far but we'd love to dramatically increase this in 2019 - visit our page and sign up today!

Learn how EasyFundraising works in just one minute


Amazon Smile

Amazon are a part of EasyFundraising, but if you do most of your online shopping with the company, you might prefer to sign up to their own scheme. Amazon Smile pays 0.5% of your purchase price to Cecily's Fund each time you shop. 

To use Amazon Smile, you'll need to log into your Amazon account via the Amazon Smile portal. Next, you'll want to search for our full legal name (The Cecily Eastwood Zambian AIDS Orphans Appeal). Once you've selected us as your chosen charity, you're all set!


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Cecily's Fund is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1071660 and at Ground Floor, 6 Church Green, Witney, OX28 4AW. We use cookies to improve your experience using this website.
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