England vs Netherlands: Supermarkets launch charity deal for Euros semi-final

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Leading supermarkets, including Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons, have issued a charity deal this week in the run up to the highly anticipated Euros semi-final between England and Netherlands.

British supermarkets have teamed up with leading giving platform easyfundraising to encourage fans to purchase their match-day snacks and drinks through the site to generate free donations for their favourite charities and causes.

Savvy shoppers could be missing out on raising vital money for charities with this free platform. Thousands of pounds of charity cash for free could go unclaimed on Wednesday.

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James Moir, CEO of easyfundraising, says fans should stock up on their chosen beverages and do any takeaway ordering using their website because good causes will benefit. 

Thousands of pounds of charity cash for free could go unclaimed on Wednesday.Thousands of pounds of charity cash for free could go unclaimed on Wednesday.
Thousands of pounds of charity cash for free could go unclaimed on Wednesday.

Whether you’re planning a semi-final BBQ or stocking up on snacks for a tense watch party, by using this free platform, you’ll be supporting a charity or cause close to your heart for no extra cost.

 A huge TV audience is expected on Wednesday when England take on Netherlands in Dortmund, with the final set for this Sunday.

But Moir is urging fans to consider buying their party food and takeaways using the free platform.  

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“Before you stock up on snacks for a watch party, you should make sure you’re using the easyfundraising platform, so you don’t miss out on a donation to your favourite cause or charity”.

“It doesn’t cost the consumer anything, but it ensures their chosen cause gets some much-needed cash”

 Using easyfundraising is simple: just visit their website, find the cause that you'd like to support and then make a purchase with any retailer on the platform to raise a free donation when you shop.

  • Tesco: Up to £3 donation

  • Just Eat: 2% of your purchase goes to a charity or good cause of choice

  • Ocado: up to 5% donation

 No matter who wins on Wednesday, your favourite charity can also take home their own trophy – in the form of a bit of money, when you buy your takeaways or food and drink using the easyfundraising platform. 

It’s easy to do and the great thing is it won’t cost you a penny. You can enjoy the euros and let your good cause benefit too!

To find out more about easyfundraising, visit their website here

  

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