At the time of writing, we have very nearly raised £350 since the scheme was set up.
This scheme works just like other cashback sites, such as “Quidco” and “Top Cash Back”, but payments are pooled and given to the club.
Hannah Jackson currently tops the club leader-board with an extremely impressive £96.
Hannah says she has achieved this with Christmas shopping, a few big purchases and an energy provider switch.
She says “if I am shopping online for a particular item and I find it in a few shops at a similar price, I will always go for the shop that provides the biggest donation”.
Hannah’s top tip for people using the scheme is to install the easyfundraising widget on your PC. She says “When you have the widget installed on your browser, it highlights the companies that provide a donation and all you have to do is click on it, nothing else to it!”.
Matt Spicer, who is currently second on the clubs leader-board with £74 says that “although I also use Quidco for my own personal use, not every company is on their system, such as Amazon, so I then turn to easyfundraising. Its easy to use, all you need to do, after you’ve decided you want to buy something, is go straight to the easyfundraising site (not the seller), then search for that seller. Once you find them just follow the link to the site and shop as normal. Even Carol, my wife, has managed to raise £21 for the club!”.
Easyfundraising pay the club any money earned on a quarterly basis.
We urge all members to consider joining this scheme, it costs you nothing, but really makes a huge difference when lots of small donations come together. To sign up, just follow this link: SIGN UP
As a “not for profit organisation”, we can assure you that all money is reinvested back in to the club, usually in the form of new equipment