Transform your online shop into a donation for a wilder world.
Did you know that you can shop online with your favourite brands and they’ll donate to Rewilding Britain, at no extra cost to you?
All you need to do is select Rewilding Britain as your chosen cause with one of the platforms below, and every time you shop online a percentage of your spend will be automatically donated to us.
Here are our three top ways to raise money for rewilding while you shop online.*
When you shop with any of the 7,000+ brands listed on easyfundraising – from M&S to Trainline to Booking.com – a portion of the money you spend will be donated to Rewilding Britain.
Just visit easyfundraising, join for free and select Rewilding Britain as your chosen cause. easyfundraising will automatically create donations for us when you shop online.
Give as you Live Online
Give as you Live Online offers a way to purchase with over 6,000 stores while giving to Rewilding Britain. Visit Give as you Live Online to create your free account and set us up as your chosen cause.
If you make lots of your online payments through PayPal, head over to PayPal’s donate page and choose Rewilding Britain as your chosen charity (by clicking the heart) to raise money to help restore our ecosystems.
Other ways to help
There are other online schemes to help you donate a percentage of a purchase to our work. Let us know if you’d like us to sign up with any others that you use, or if you want any further information or help, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference.
Make each online shop a vote for a wilder Britain.
*Online shopping portals such Give as you Live Online and easyfundraising provide an easy way for our supporters to raise funds for us, at no extra cost to themselves, as the retailers they shop with donate a percentage based on sales. Whilst these portals do include a few brands that we would not enter a direct partnership with (as we have with the corporate partners listed on our website) because they do not align with our values, our supporters’ shopping choices are their own. The donations that we receive are the result of the shopper’s desire to support our cause, not the retailer’s, so any donations from a particular retailer do not constitute a direct partnership with our charity.