You can turn everyday online shopping into free donations for Uckfield Concert Brass.
The band is supported by easyfundraising.org.uk – one of the UK’s leading good cause websites.
If you sign up, each time you shop with one of 3,600 websites, the retailer makes a small donation to UCB, at no charge to you.
So far, easyfundraising.org.uk says it has raised more than £28m across the UK for good causes.
Some of the country’s biggest online shops are part of the scheme, including Argos, ebay and John Lewis.
You can raise money when you shop online for clothes, electricals, finance, gardening, groceries, insurance, mobile phones, travel, utilities and more. A few of big-name retailers in the scheme include:
Clothing: Boden, Clarks, Debenhams, Gap, M&S, Next, White Stuff
Food and drink: Asda, Iceland, Sainsbury’s, Majestic Wine, Morrisons, Tesco, Waitrose
Insurance: AA, Admiral, Aviva, CompareTheMarket.com, Confused.com, Coop, More Than, John Lewis Insurance, RAC
Travel: Booking.com, Expedia.co.uk, lastminute.com, LateRooms.com, Thomas Cook, Travelodge, Tui
There are instructions on how to set up an account on easyfundraising.org.uk (link here: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/).
You can add a reminder button to your computer or phone to help you remember to collect free donations.
The scheme also offers bonus donations if you refer a friend or refer a cause.