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Date - 07/10/2015

Online Shoppers Urged To Help The Craft-E-Kittens

Shoppers in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire are being urged to log on to the internet to help raise funds for a local good cause.
The Craft-E-Kittens have signed up with www.easyfundraising.org.uk, an innovative website where thousands of people are raising money for charities every time they shop,
By using easyfundraising to access over 3000 well known retailers, savvy shoppers generate a free donation for the good cause of their choice. And as donations can be as much as 15% of the purchase price, The Craft-E-Kittens are really hoping local people will log on and support them.With good causes feeling the pinch during the economic downturn, Kitty Johnson from The Craft-E-Kittens is keen for as many people as possible to sign up to this free service:

“In the current financial climate we know that every penny counts so we’re not asking people to donate, just to shop online as they normally would. Almost all of us shop online these days so what could be easier than raising funds simply by making the purchases you make anyway?”

Featuring over 3000 of the UK’s most popular retailers including Amazon, M&S, Argos, Boden, Tesco and many more, easyfundraising has already raised helped UK causes raise almost £4 million.

To support The Craft-E-Kittens, visit http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/craftekittens and follow the instructions.

For further information on The Craft-E-Kittens contact Kitty Johnson on craftekittens@furwebs.com
For further information on easyfundraising contact support@easyfundraising.org.uk

Additional Notes :
Founded in 2005, easyfundraising is the UK’s number one charity shopping site (source: alexa).

Free to use service for both supporters and causes.

Charities, associations, schools, sports clubs, churches, community groups, sponsored events, boys and girls clubs can all benefit from using easyfundraising.

Unlike other loyalty and reward sites, there is no direct benefit to the users themselves; donations are made directly to the causes members choose to support.