Saving threatened habitats worldwide

Give as you Live

Sign up now to shop online through Give as you Live and every online purchase you make will raise funds for World Land Trust (WLT).

Give as you Live brings together thousands of brands and online stores that have all signed up to donate a percentage of whatever you spend online to charity. Either visit the Give as you Live portal when you purchase, or install Give as you Live on your computer and shop directly at your favourite stores just as usual.

WLT supporter Chris Redston loves using Give as you Live. He says: “I would strongly recommend all WLT supporters to join Give as you Live. I've been using it for about a year and it's excellent. If you want to buy something, the Give as you Live app will pop up when you visit the website and tell you how much of your purchase is donated to WLT. It works for Amazon, Trainline, John Lewis, and hundreds more, and doesn't cost you a penny. Please join now - every WLT supporter should sign up and we can save more acres together.”

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How can I help?

  • Install Give as you Live on your computer or mobile device
  • Name World Land Trust as your beneficiary charity
  • Use Give as you Live for your online shopping
  • Ask friends, family and colleagues to do the same

500 shoppers

WLT is aiming to have 500 Give as you Live shoppers by the end of 2014. By the end of 2013 we had just under 100 shoppers and Give as you Live donations during December came to £116, enough to buy an acre of threatened habitat in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador or Mexico.

If we meet our target to have 500 shoppers by the end of 2014, Give as you Live donations in December 2014 could be enough to buy five acres.

Thank you to everyone who has been shopping already - we are really seeing the difference, so please let your friends know they can help us too.

Find out more about how Give as you Live works

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