Easy ways to raise funds for CTC

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Your change can make a difference
There are lots of easy ways to support our important work to inspire and help people to cycle and keep cycling. From shopping to taking on a sponsored challenge, there's all sorts of ways you can help us to help keep the UK cycling.

De-clutter and Donate:

Why not have a clear out and make some cash for Christmas – and support CTC at the same time? If you have a cupboard, attic or garage full of things you just don’t use any more – bits of bikes, old toys or computer games just gathering dust, or even clothes that you just don’t wear any more, why not make yourself some extra cash? You can sell your stuff on e-bay – and donate some of the money you make to CTC to support our campaigns and cycling development work. We’ve teamed up with Missionfish so you can now donate a percentage of your profits – just sign in to your e-bay account, set CTC up as your favourite charity and then simply tick the box at the end of the listing and, in no time at all, your profits can be helping to promote cycling.

Go shopping: Register with easyfundaising.org, and raise money while you shop!

If you’re stuck with what to do with all the extra cash you’ve made from your de-clutter, or you’re looking to do a bit of stress-free Christmas shopping, we’ve got the perfect solution. We’ve signed up with easyfundraising.org  - so visit their website, sign up and choose CTC as your charity. Then every time you do a spot of shopping online, use easyfundraising.org to jump to your favourite retailer’s sites, and they will donate a percentage of your purchase to us.

Easyfundraising.org works in a similar way to many other loyalty shopping sites, but instead of earning points when you shop, you raise a donation for your cause instead. It's as simple as that! You can shop with over 2,000 well known stores and each will donate up to 15% of what you spend and the great thing is it won't cost you any more.

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