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    Help for an Animal Sanctuary

    Bit cheeky I know but those of you who use Amazon, do you think you could register with Amazon Smile and put the charity as Mayflower Animal Sanctuary. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/chpf/a..._rspo_laas_aas Doesn't cost you anything but every time you order through Smile the charity gets a small donation off Amazon.

    I say Mayflower because that is where we adopted Kizzy from and they desperately need funds to carry on with their good works, especially bringing abandoned dogs from Romania which costs £300 each to transport alone on top of all other costs.
    They are not like most Sanctuaries, their "guests" have really good accommodation, never seen a Sanctuary so good. Just take a look.
    http://mayflowersanctuary.co.uk/
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    I would but I'm rotating between several chronic illness that I have who are on Amazon Smile

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    Fair enough, you are helping out charities where you can.

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    I don't know if you have heard of easyfundraising?. Same thing you make an account & choose who you want to support then when you buy something if it's a retailer that's with easyfundraising you click to the website from easyfundraising & buy what you want to buy & easyfundraising gives a small donation to the charity you have chosen to support. There's 4.000 plus retailers joined up including M&S, Ebay, Waitrose & there are 150,000 good causes to choose from

    https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/

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    Thanks, I don't know whether or not they use that. I will investigate.

    Yes they do use it but I forgot all about that.
    Last edited by beau; 27-10-20 at 20:32.

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    Pleased you have found them on there, I nearly didn't post it because I thought it was just the bigger charity's but when I noticed 150,000 good causes I thought give it a go .

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    I have registered with them now as, like most, have to do most of my purchasing online.

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    It is a good way, I think every person signs up the charity gets £5. (That’s what I read recently.

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