Raise £6000 for Brendoncare by shopping online!

The Brendoncare team has been given an amazing opportunity to raise thousands of pounds for our residents and club members without spending any time, money, or energy!

How does it work?
With the Christmas shopping period in full swing and Black Friday approaching, most of us will be buying presents online. Easy Fundraising is a company that turns the profit that shops make from your purchases into funds for The Brendoncare Foundation, at no cost to you.

Why should I sign up?
Easy Fundraising will award Brendoncare a bonus £5 when your first £5 has been raised. If everyone reading this raises £5 through their routine online shopping, our grand total will be £6,000. Our current supporters raise £14 each on average, so this £5 goal is very achievable.

What’s more, this weekend many retailers are doubling and tripling their donations for every purchase you make, so there has never been a better time to sign up.

Can you see what I buy?
Easy Fundraising is anonymous. Even though you give your name when you sign up, we will not be able to see what items have been bought, or who shopped at what retailer. We will be able to see that an anonymous user spent £50 at John Lewis, and that Brendoncare received £1.50 from this purchase.

How do I get started?
The process couldn’t be simpler:

1. Follow the link to Brendoncare’s page and click ‘support this cause’
https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/brendoncare
2. Fill in your email and new password. It takes only 30 seconds to start making money.
3. Search for your favourite retailer and click through to their website. There are thousands of shops to choose from.
4. Shop online as usual.
5. Watch as the money rolls in.
Your chosen retailer will donate a percentage of the profit made from your purchase to Brendoncare.

The image below is an example of how you could raise £34 in December alone.

If you ever shop online, please sign up today to make a real difference to the lives of our residents and club members.

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