Fundraising Through Online Shopping

By Kaytie Grant

You may have seen in our email marketing newsletters and on our social media, that we have registered with several online fundraising platforms to generate even more support for our work in the Philippines. 

As more people are turning to online shopping in the lead up to Christmas, we’d really appreciate it if you could shop through one of the following portals, with us as your chosen cause. You still do the same shopping from the same retailer at the same price, but each retailer you shop with will donate to IWCT – at no extra cost to you!


Over 6000 shops and sites will donate to us when you shop with them through easyfundraising. It’s simple to set up and can be done from a browser, or you can download the app. Click here to launch our easyfundraising page.

Give As You Live

By signing up to Give as you Live Online, we’ll receive a donation every time you shop at any of their 5,500+ registered retailers, including John Lewis & Partners, eBay, Currys,, Marks & Spencer and Just Eat. The best bit? It’s completely free!

As well as generous donations for International Wildlife Coalition Trust, when you shop via Give as you Live Online you’ll also have access to top offers so you can save as well as raise!

Start shopping through the website, app or better still, download the Donation Reminder to never forget to shop and raise.

Amazon Smile

Amazon will donate a % of your shopping spend to us every time you shop at no extra cost. You can sign up to support us following this link.

Alternatively, you can go into the app, tap the stacked menu icon and select “Gifting and Charity.” In there you can search for “International Wildlife Coalition Trust” and set us up as your chosen cause.

It only takes a minute and these small contributions really do add up and make a difference. The best part is, it’s at no extra cost to you. Of course, if you did want to make a donation directly to us, we would really appreciate it. You can make a donation here.

Thank you and happy shopping!


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