Donate to help us at no cost to you!

Now Sussex Green Living ‘ is a charity, we are looking at ways to raise money to help us to expand our work. As part of this, we are now excited to announce that we have registered beneficiaries of TheGivingMachine,  a brilliant fundraising method that allows you to raise free donations for the causes you are passionate about simply by going about your usual shopping habits.
The Giving Machine is a free-to-use website that generates commission from your shopping purchases into donations for UK-based causes of your choosing. It is simple, without hassle, without fees and comes at no cost to you as the shopper!
1) Sign up to TheGivingMachine as a giver, and choose up to 4 causes to support. You can access TheGivingMachine both from the web link, or through downloading the mobile app. There is also the option to add the plug-in to your browser that will remind you if a site you are buying from is a site that donates
2) Every time you go about your usual shopping, simply access that shop’s site through TheGivingMachine and go about your shop as usual
3) When you checkout, your purchase will generate a free donation for your chosen cause(s)!

It’s as simple as that! There is also a video explaining how it works here if you would like more information. There are over 2000 shops partnered and donating with TheGivingMachine, including Waitrose, John Lewis, Ebay, Argos, Boots and ASDA just to name a few. With so many people shopping online at the moment, this is a wonderfully quick and easy way for people to help us raise funds for our work. Disclaimer – We hope this goes without saying, please only buy if you need something!
If you would like to support our cause, you can follow this link to register  Sussex Green Living as your charity here Any support would be so greatly appreciated. Are you able to help us?



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You can support our work by buying a Horsham District Community Lottery ticket, they cost £1 and could win you upto £25k. Learn more here