Are you looking for different ways of raising funds for your unit during these uncertain times? Sign up for free to easyfundraising and raise money for your local unit! Easyfundraising is simple and allows you to benefit from free donations whenever volunteers or parents shop online.

How does it work?

It’s simple – create a free fundraising account for your unit at  and every time parents, volunteers, family and friends, buy something from over 4,300 shops including Amazon, eBay, Trainline, Hobbycraft, Just Eat, Argos, John Lewis &, the retailer they shop with sends your unit a donation. You can put this money towards your costs, anything from subsidising events to buying the drinks and biscuits!

It’s free to sign up and use and purchases don’t cost anything extra. It’s just free money for your unit from the retailers that your Girlguiding supporters are shopping with anyway.

How to get started

  1. Sign up your unit as a cause on easyfundraising (it’s free and only takes a couple of minutes)
  2. Then ask your fellow volunteers, parents and Girlguiding supporters to sign up and support the unit (also free!)
  3. Every time they shop online, your unit gets free cash – simple!

Planning a staycation? Here’s how you can raise funds for your unit this summer and beyond

Are you planning a short break or big day out before the end of summer? Sign up to easyfundraising for free so can raise free donations for your unit whenever you book something with National Trust for Scotland, GoApe, Red Letter days, Sealife, Groupon, and loads more. Find out more and register today!

More info

Easyfundraising has lots of tools available on their website to help you get the most out of this way of raising money and they also have a team who can help you on the phone or on live chat. Anyone can get involved from leaders and parents to friends and work colleagues. You just need to share your page and they can support you for free. Here’s what 1st and 3rd Kilmacolm Guides think:

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