Support us while you shop online

It’s never been easier to support The Brain Charity while shopping online.

When you buy using the following companies, a percentage of the money you spend will be donated back to The Brain Charity – at no extra cost to you.

Amazon Smile

When you shop at smile.amazon.co.uk, you’ll find the same products and low prices as on the ordinary Amazon site.

But each time you make a purchase on Amazon Smile, 5p in every £10 spent will be donated to The Brain Charity.

You can use your existing Amazon account, or create a new one, and support us when shopping on the Amazon Smile website or on the Amazon Shopping app.

Click here to sign up for AmazonSmile now.

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Give as you Live

Give as you Live donates to The Brain Charity every time you shop online at one of 5,500 favourite stores – including Tesco, John Lewis, Ebay, Debenhams, Boots, M&S, Next, B&Q, Sky, Domino’s, Waterstones, Boohoo, Superdrug, Interflora, New Look, BT, Halfords, Wowcher and more.

You can raise a percentage donation for The Brain Charity every time you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you.

Getting involved is easy – just click this link to start raising money for The Brain Charity via Give as you Live.

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easyfundraising

Similarly, you can raise free donations for The Brain Charity every time you shop online at easyfundraising.org.uk

More than 5,700 shops and sites will donate, including all the big names like BT, Expedia, Argos, ASOS, Just Eat, Uswitch and lots more.

When you make a purchase, we receive a small donation to say thank you. It’s completely free to you, and has already raised more than £32 million for causes just like us.

Click here to sign up to support The Brain Charity.

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Spendow

Spendow allows you to shop from your favourite brands and online stores while donating as much as 15% of your purchase to The Brain Charity, at no additional cost to you. You shop, brands donate.

Click here to sign up to Spendow now.

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eBay

You can now support The Brain Charity while you buy and sell on eBay.

If you’re an eBay seller, you can donate up to 100% of the money you make from items you sell on eBay to our cause.

You may also see us as a featured charity to donate to at the checkout stage if you’re making a purchase and have chosen us as your favourite charity.

Click here to support The Brain Charity on eBay now.

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We also sell charity shop stock, Christmas cards and other items in our eBay shop. Click here to check out what’s available.

Browsio

Browsio is an innovative marketplace where each purchase benefits charities and good causes. It is about creating real significant revenue for the organisations members of the Browsio community, choose to help.

They are striving to raise at least £100m for good causes over the next 10 years.

Click here to support The Brain Charity via Browsio today.

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PayPal

If you’re into shopping with PayPal, you can donate to The Brain Charity direct via the PayPal Giving Fund.

PayPal don’t take a fee, so we receive 100% of your donation.

Click here to donate to The Brain Charity via PayPal now.

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Donate Nectar points

Nectar Donate is available on the Nectar digital app and will be displayed in the same way as all other partner offers.

All you need to do is create an account with Crowdfunder UK, link your Nectar account to it and you will then be able to donate Nectar points to us.

It’s quick & easy to use and there are no hidden fees.

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Our online store

Don’t forget, you can also support The Brain Charity by purchasing Christmas cards, merchandise and more from our online shop here.

Ian and his young family

Why we need your support

Help The Brain Charity help people with neurological conditions like dad-of-three Ian to lead longer, healthier, happier lives.