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Give as you Live Online is the free and easy way to raise money for Macclesfield Group of the Family History Society of Cheshire when you shop online with 6,000+ stores.
From holidays and travel, to clothing and gifts, you can raise hundreds of pounds from your everyday shopping, all at no extra cost to you.
Simply sign up for an account and start shopping to make a difference for Macclesfield Group of the Family History Society of Cheshire!
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We have over 6,000 stores involved.
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Give as you Live members have raised over £24 million for 40,000 UK charities so far.
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Simple systems are super. Ease of use, happy to recommend to others.
who supports Bloodwise in Scotland (formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research in Scotland) and has raised £0.06 Tricia,
Great idea. Easy to set up. Easy to contribute to a good cause.
who supports World Animal Protection and has raised £0.34 Rebecca,
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who supports Cats Protection and has raised £0.10 Tina,
Greatest. It's so easy and you give to charity of your choice any shop online lots of different shops.
who supports Children with Cancer UK and has raised £0.45 Ashley,
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who supports Cure EB and has raised £0.19 Sally,
I would recommend them highly - it might only be pennies per purchase but builds quickly over time.
who supports Pulmonary Fibrosis Trust and has raised £0.30 Michael,
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who supports The National Brain Appeal and has raised £0.20 Angela,
I think Give as you Live is a good idea. Yes I'd buy again.
who supports Restless Legs Syndrome-Uk/Ekbom Syndrome Association and has raised £0.04 Irene,
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who supports Redgate Farm Animal Sanctuary and has raised £1.10 Robyn,
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Give as you Live Online generates charitable giving from your everyday shopping. Our retail partners value your loyalty. We enable their "thank you" to be your donation to your chosen charity.
You can support any of our 40,000+ UK charities.
Our charities range from big national charities to local schools, churches and social groups.
As a "thank you" for sending them sales and customers, our stores pay us a commission. We use this commission to make a donation to your chosen charity.
You don't pay anything extra for your shopping, the donation is made at no extra cost to you.
It's also completely free for your charity. There are no joining or payment fees for them, so 100% of the donation will reach the charity.
We pay donations raised through shopping to your charity every three months providing over £15 has been raised. If your charity hasn't reached £15, donations will roll over until they do and then get paid in the next quarter.
You can view the status of every donation within your account. A donation will typically move from 'pending' to 'approved' to 'paid' over the course of a few months.
We donate 50% of the commission we receive, with the other 50% used to fund the on-going development of Give as you Live Online, which is free to all charities and members.
All donation amounts we display represent the amount the charity will receive - a 5% donation means a 5% donation!
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