Give as you shop
Help grant life-changing wishes whilst shopping online
There are two easy ways you can help to grant life-changing wishes whilst shopping online with Amazon.
Use AmazonSmile and donate to us at no extra cost to you.
All you have to do is click here, save AmazonSmile to your favourites and do your shopping as normal. Amazon will then automatically donate a percentage of the money you spend to us – it’s that easy!
We have also set up an Amazon Wish List full of items we send to seriously ill children ahead of their wish to build excitement or keep them occupied on their travels. Our Amazon Wish List couldn’t be simpler to use – just browse through the items that could help make a seriously ill child’s wish come true. Make sure you select Make-A-Wish UK’s delivery address (and remember to check that you only have items from our wish list in your basket), place your order and Amazon will deliver your kind gift directly to us.
We're now working with the free online fundraising platform Savoo to raise vital funds for life-changing wishes.
When you use their discount codes and deals to save money on your favourite things, they’ll donate to us on your behalf at no extra cost to you.
You search, you save, they donate
Here's how you can help:
- Use Savoo's Microsoft Bing-powered search engine and they'll donate 1p to Make-A-Wish UK for every search you make.
- Shop online with Savoo's voucher codes and deals to save money and raise funds for Make-A-Wish at no extra cost to you.
To get started, visit the Savoo website, simply register for an account and select Make-A-Wish UK as your chosen charity.
Savoo's 2020 Christmas gift guide
Give back when you do your Christmas shopping this year by using Savoo's Christmas gift guide. For every purchase made from the gift guide, a donation will be made to Make-A-Wish UK.
We have joined forces with Re-Fashion to help grant life-changing wishes for more children with critical illnesses.
Re-Fashion believe charities should earn more from donated clothes. That's why items sold on re-fashion.co.uk earn charities up to three times more than they would from a charity shop.