Thursday 5th September marks the UN International Day of Charity. As we celebrate the role of charity, what better day to support ChildHope? We've come up with three easy ways you can support ChildHope - and often at no cost to you.eBay's exciting competition to win £500 credit on your eBay account and also ensure a £1000 grant for ChildHope.
To enter you need to choose ChildHope as your 'favourite' charity. Then you can either list an item in support of a ChildHope or add a donation to ChildHope when you buy an item. Good luck!
If you do not wish to enter the competition then you can still support ChildHope through eBay. You can give at the checkout, you have an option to add a small donation to ChildHope. You can list an item in support of ChildHope, decide what percentage you'd like for yourself and how much you'd like to donate to ChildHope.
Just by shopping online with your favourite stores they will donate to ChildHope - all without charging you a penny more. From John Lewis to Expedia, you can compare thousands of products and brands that will all raise money for any UK cause and get the best deal online. Watch the video below to find out how...
How car donation worksThey will arrange a convenient time to collect your vehicle Giveacar provides a FREE service which is available throughout the UK: donate your car today and make a real difference to ChildHope.
- Depending on the cars age and condition, they will either send it for environmentally safe disposal and recycling at an authorised treatment facility,or to a salvage auction
- Giveacar will donate the proceed to help fund our vital work
- You will receive a receipt from both Giveacar and ChildHope
DonationOr celebrate International Day of Charity by making a donation online - donate here!
Haven't got time to donate online? Text CHUK00 to 70070 and give £5 or £10 today.
Of course, we hope that your support of ChildHope doesn't just last 24 hours. Without your regular support, thousands of children wouldn't be given the opportunity to change their lives. Instead they would be living on the street or forced in to child labour just to survive. We know it is every child's right to have an education, it leads the way to opportunity and choice! Find out how you can give regular support to ChildHope.