Earn free donations for Norwood with your online shopping15 November 2018FundraisingRunning a marathon or getting up early to volunteer isn’t for everyone. What if we told you there was a way to support Norwood without even leaving your house?Well, there is! You can now raise money for Norwood when you do your online shopping – and it doesn’t cost you a penny extra.All you have to do is sign up to easyfundraising, choose to support Norwood and click through to your chosen retailer using the easyfundraising site.You can shop with over 3,500 retailers, including Amazon, Tesco, and Marks & Spencer. Every time you buy something, the retailer will make a donation to Norwood. The donation is usually a percentage of how much you spend, so the bigger the purchase, the more money we receive to keep supporting the most vulnerable people in our community.Here are five ways you can raise money for Norwood with your online shopping – and how it could make a difference:Present shopping for a simcha (celebration)From birthdays to weddings, you can buy someone that special gift through easyfundraising and spread the joy even further.Your present shopping for family and friends could support our family support service, providing help and advice for children and families in crisis or experiencing difficult times.Relevant sites include: Amazon, Argos, eBay, John LewisGoing on holidayWherever you choose for your next vacation, put your mind at ease and book your hotel, travel and insurance all through easyfundraising.Your holiday could help us give more short breaks to children with disabilities and complex health needs at our Buckets and Spades service, while giving their parents essential respite.Relevant sites include: Booking.com, Expedia, Hotels.com, Alpha Travel InsuranceYour weekly shopYou can shop with a wide range of online supermarkets through easyfundraising. As well as generating donations, you’ll get your shopping delivered straight to your door.Your weekly shop could support us to keep running facilities such as Sara’s Kitchen, a training kitchen for adults with learning disabilities as well as a working café.Relevant sites include: Waitrose, Marks and Spencer, Tesco, Sainsbury’sCorporate purchasesThe bigger your purchase, the higher the donation we receive. Your company can change lives by arranging travel, accommodation and stationary orders through easyfundraising.Your corporate purchase could help us run our Transition workshops to empower young people with disabilities to enter employment.Relevant sites include: Trainline, Expedia, Viking, Vistaprint, Microsoft StoreTechnologyTempted by a new phone, laptop or tablet? Want to upgrade your broadband or television package? Doing it through easyfundraising is an excellent way to justify the expense. Your new device or upgrade could help us provide new technology for the people we support. From specially adapted bikes to assistive technology to help with communication, you can help people with disabilities live the most active, inclusive lives possible.Relevant sites include: Sky, Vodafone, EE, John Lewis, Currys PC WorldShopping has never been so rewarding! Sign up to easyfundraising today. You can also download a Donation Reminder, which gives a helpful reminder when you shop online so you’ll never miss a free donation.