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Did you know that with just a click your online orders can generate funds that are donated to World Land Trust with no extra cost to you?

There are many ways to donate to World Land Trust (WLT) through our programmes and appeals. However, there are also some alternative and easy ways you can support WLT.

These five companies have made it ever so simple to raise money for WLT while you shop or search online:

Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is operated by Amazon with the same products, prices and shopping features as Amazon.co.uk. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price to WLT from eligible AmazonSmile purchases.

 


 

Every Click

Every Click is a search engine that donates funds to World Land Trust or a charity of your choice just by searching the web.

 


 

Give as You Live

Give as you Live is a free and easy way to raise money for World Land Trust, just by shopping online. Once you’ve signed up, you can browse the website for the store you want to shop with. Click ‘shop & raise’ to go to your chosen store’s website, then continue to shop as normal.

 


 

Easyfundraising

Easyfundraising turns your everyday shopping into donations for World Land Trust. Just start your online shopping first at easyfundraising, then shop as normal. After you’ve made your purchase, retailers make a small donation to say ‘thank you’.

 


 

Better Points

Better Points is slightly different to the other organisations listed here. It is an app which rewards you with points whenever you exercise or reduce your carbon footprint. These points add up and you can spend them on a donation to World Land Trust.

 


 

Small steps really do make a difference and WLT appreciates every single donation and support that comes our way.

Click here, to find out more ways that you can support World Land Trust.

 
 
 

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