Shop for Dementia UK
Do you shop or search online? If so, you can raise money for Dementia UK at no extra cost to you. You can use the following sites to generate donations to us without changing your habits too much.
Give as you Live
Shop with 4000 leading stores via the Give as you Live site. Each purchase will generate a donation from the store to your chosen charity. The donation is already included in the price of what you’re buying, so it doesn’t cost you anything. It’s really quick to set up. Once done, just shop as you normally would. It couldn’t be easier.
This short film about Give as you Live explains how it works.
Do you shop at Amazon, Boots, Argos, WHSmith, Marks & Spencers, John Lewis, or Sainsbury’s? easyfundraising brings together more than 2700 retailers. With each purchase you make, a percentage will be donated to Dementia UK at no extra cost to you.
Register with EasyFundraising, selecting Dementia UK as your chosen cause.
Watch out for Easyfundraising’s great deals.
Buy or sell on eBay
Donations can also be generated by eBay sales. Blue and yellow eBay for Charity ribbons show which items generate a donation to the seller’s chosen charity. Browse the Dementia UK eBay page to see items which are raising money for us.
You can also register Dementia UK as your favourite charity on eBay. When you pay for an item, you may be asked if you want to add a small donation. Click on ‘Save as favourite’ on the Dementia UK eBay page.
If you sell items on eBay, please consider donating a percentage to us. Your listing will include the ribbon and our mission statement and logo. It will also be listed on the eBay for Charity pages. Find ‘Sell an item’ from our page.
Raise money as you search
You can also raise money for Dementia UK while doing an online search. EasySearch combines the results of several search engines to ensure you can always find what you’re looking for.
Every time you search, half a penny is raised for Dementia UK. You could raise £25 over a year just by searching a few times a day as you usually would.
Sign up to EasySearch and raise money for Dementia UK with every search you make.
Thank you so much for supporting Dementia UK.