£30 raised while shopping the sales with Give as you Live

 

 

We’ve worked out the average online shopper is able to raise £2.10 a month for their charity, so we’re delighted to see many of our shoppers thrashing that average with just one transaction!

 

 

 

  1. £30.00 raised for Archive UK at Sky
  2. £30.00 raised for University of Ulster at Toast
  3. £25.28 raised for Bible Reading Fellowship Group at On The Beach
  4. £25.00 raised for Friends of Parc Eglos School at Orange
  5. £23.40 raised for Starlight at Expedia

Last week Toast was very popular with Give as you Live shoppers as they had a 70% off sale – saving yourself money and raising money for charity, what more could you want?

Make sure you don’t miss out on a bargain this week and maybe you’ll be one of our top shoppers next week!

Save 1/3 on selected Sports Equipment online at Argos

Has the Olympics given you the urge to get in on the sporting action? Save up to 1/3 at Argos when you buy your sports equipment, choose from tennis rackets to footballs.

Find up to 70% off holiday essentials online at Debenhams

If you’re jetting off for some summer sun, grab the essentials from Debenhams and save up to 70% in the Summer Clearance.

Find fantastic up to 50% savings in the sale online at Simply Be

Hundreds of items reduced: fashion, footwear, lingerie, sportswear, swimwear, accessories plus home and electricals.

  1. avatar

    jackie

    14 September, 2012 at 16:37

    Hello

    In July 2012 I booked a holiday through Expedia, after the booking I became aware of this scheme. How do I claim and generate money towards my charity is Greek Animal Rescue

    Thanks!

    1. avatar

      Matt, Everyclick

      17 September, 2012 at 09:11

      Hi Jackie

      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately it isn’t possible to claim for purchases made before you started using Give as you Live. However any future purchases, be it at Expedia or any of our other 2,000 leading stores, can raise money for Greek Animal Rescue.

      Kind regards

      Matt, Everyclick

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