Thanks to this charity scheme run by Amazon you can make a donation to Broxtowe Women’s Project while shopping online, with very little effort and at no extra cost.
Every penny will help us deliver quality services to women and children of Broxtowe suffering from domestic abuse.
What is AmazonSmile?
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way to support charities while you shop online. It’s available at smile.amazon.co.uk on your web browser and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping app for iOS and Android phones.
When you shop AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as amazon.co.uk, with the added bonus that AmazonSmile will donate a portion of the purchase price to your selected charity.
AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organisation of your choice (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees).
How do I donate using AmazonSmile?
If you’re shopping using the Amazon app simply open the app and type ‘AmazonSmile UK’ in to the search box. Click the box that appears and says ‘AmazonSmile – You shop. Amazon gives. Enable here’. You’ll then be given some instructions to follow before getting the option to press a button that says ‘turn on AmazonSmile’.
Now you’ve enabled AmazonSmile you can complete the following instructions:
- Go to Settings (the three lines at the top left of your screen)
- Scroll down to AmazonSmile
- Select Broxtowe Women’s Project as your chosen charity if you haven’t already
- Ensure switched to ON (on the RHS)
If you’re shopping from your desktop you’ll need to:
- Visit smile.amazon.co.uk
- Click the ‘get started’ button
- Enter ‘Broxtowe Women’s Project’ into the search box and press enter
- Click the ‘select’ button
- Read and accept the terms and conditions
You can find out more about AmazonSmile by visiting the Amazon website.
On 27 May 2021, our Partnership Officer, Chris Harris, will be joining Darren Henry (MP for Broxtowe), Matt Batterham from Broxtowe Borough Council, and Natalie Gasson-McKinley of Federation of Small Business (FSB) at a (virtual) roundtable discussion: Build Back Better
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