fundraise for free
You can help raise money for Epilepsy Society when you shop or search online and even when you carry out some spring cleaning.
Give as you live... because who doesn't like shopping!
With every purchase you make online, you could give an extra gift to Epilepsy Society - without paying any extra! Thousands of top retailers have teamed up with ‘Give As You Live’ and pledged to donate to their customers chosen charities whenever they make a purchase.
Sign up at www.giveasyoulive.com, select Epilepsy Society as your chosen charity and help turn the money you spend on DVDs, handbags and woolly socks into charitable donations!
Raise with Sainsbury's
You can now raise 4% for us - for free - when you shop in store at Sainsbury's!
Request your card at www.raisewithsainsburys.com, top it up online and shop in store at your local Sainsbury's - a grocery shop for you and a free donation for us!
Shop online and make it pay
If you team up with one of our fundraising partners you can generate free cash donations for Epilepsy Society every time you shop online It won't cost you a penny - the online shop pays the donation on your behalf - and there are hundreds of retailers to choose from.
Shop online and benefit Epilepsy Society through:
Web searches can make money for Epilepsy Society
When you surf the net you can generate small amounts of cash for Epilepsy Society with every click of the mouse.
Register with one of our partner's search engines:
Spring cleaning any time of year
When you decide to carry out a bit of life laundry why not put a spring in your step by letting Epilepsy Society reap the benefits of your efforts. You could:
- Collect together any loose change you find down the back of the sofa or in the usual little hideholes and send it to Epilepsy Society
- Recycle your old mobile phones and choose Epilepsy Society to benefit
- Dig into the backs of your chest of drawers to find any old foreign currency, take it to the bank and ask them to credit Epilepsy Society
- Have a big tidy up and sell any unwanted items on charity ebay.