Shop your favourite brands and support charity, without spending an extra penny
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As a student, chances are you’re familiar with the struggle to scrape together enough money for the weekly shop, never mind buying Christmas presents, and finding any spare change to donate to charity can seem nigh on impossible; but, thanks to revolutionary ethical finance one-stop-shop Care2Save, you can now give to your favourite charities absolutely free when shopping online with the UK’s leading high street brands. Care2Save.co.uk is taking on the entire UK marketplace with more than 130 of the UK’s biggest names in retail, travel, energy, communications and energy added to its existing home and contents insurance offer. With brands such as Debenhams, Boots, WH Smith, Ted Baker, BT, thetrainline.com and O2 on board, there’s something for everyone. So the question is simple: Would you donate more to charity if it wasn't coming out of your pocket? Every year, online shops pay hundreds of millions of pounds in commission to other websites for sales referrals, but the Care2Save.co.uk charity breaks that trend. In a trailblazing move, 100% of the commission usually pocketed by a company for introductions - that’s every penny due to Care2Save - is given to good causes. Care2Save.co.uk is the only online portal to donate 100% of its commission to charity; 80% of the profit due to Care2Save will go directly to ANY registered charity of consumer’s choice. The remaining 20% also goes to charity, in the form of the Care2Save Charitable Trust, which will distribute all profits to hospices and palliative care projects in the UK and around the world. And the additional cost of this donation to the customer? Absolutely nothing.
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