25 November 2011

Raise funds for Froglife while you shop!

Will you be shopping online this Christmas? Thousands of us choose to browse and shop via the internet at this time of year rather than face the hordes of shoppers fighting their way to the tills. And now there’s an even better reason to stay indoors…
Don't brave the cold - you can help conservation and stay cosy as you shop this winter!
Give as you Live allows users to shop online at their favourite stores and at the same time raise money for charity – at no extra cost. It’s quite simple, just click here and then follow the link to get going.

“This is a great way to make a difference as you shop,” says Froglife’s Sam Taylor. “It’s so easy and there are no hidden costs – you can shop away as normal but you'll be raising money for us at the same time. It’s a lovely way to give a little bit extra at Christmas – without actually having to give a little bit extra!”

There are hundreds of retailers to choose from on Give as you Live – from supermarkets to department stores, travel agents to fashion outlets – so you’re sure to be able to get everything on those Christmas lists. Funds are generated by shops sending a commission to Give as you Live when you buy something; this is then passed on to your chosen charity so a donation is made without you having to spend a penny extra.

- You can get started with Give as You Live here
- Don’t forget we also have a range of Froglife Christmas gift ideas on our website, with all profits supporting our work. You can sponsor a snake (or other species), purchase beautiful art prints of toads or stock up on stocking fillers like ‘Make Frogspawn Not War’ bags and frog cards. Check out our Frogalogue.*

It’s only a few weeks till Christmas and the weather is turning colder – but luckily you can do all your shopping and still stay in and keep cosy (just like amphibians and reptiles are doing!).

*Last dates for Christmas orders from the Froglife website are 13th/15th December.

You can also make donations directly to Froglife to support our work via our website.  Click here to find out more about how you can support conservation this Christmas.

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