Last updated 11th November 2021
The ministry of our churches is supported by the generous and regular (monthly or weekly) donations of individuals. However, when there are one off repairs to carry out, or to support another charity or set up a special project, you may need to do some fundraising and, to help, we are pleased to announce our new partnership with fundraising website easyfundraising.
It’s a simple and easy way of inspiring generosity within your church and diversifying your income. More than 7,000 churches across the UK are using easyfundraising and have taken a share of over £1.8M, which churches have put towards repairs, running costs, and maintenance.
How does easyfundraising work?
When anyone connected to your church uses the easyfundraising website or app to shop online with over 6,000 well-known stores, the retailer they shop with donates to your church.
It’s completely free to use, and it won’t cost your congregation anything extra as the retailer pays the donations, not the shopper.
What’s more, your congregation won’t need to change where they shop either as all their favourite retailers are included, Amazon, M&S, Eden, eBay, Argos, John Lewis, Dobies, Waitrose, Holland & Barratt, Boots, and many more.
How to get started
To get started now, simply register your church as a good cause with easyfundraising - it’s completely free to register and use and only takes a couple of minutes.
What other churches think of easyfundraising:
“Using easyfundraising as a means of increasing our church’s income is so good because, for once, we’re not asking our congregation to give the church more money.” St Paul’s Whitley Bay
“We have been promoting easyfundraising for some time and have really benefitted from the donations.” St Leonard and St Ethelburga PCC