More ways your shopping can help us

Shop online and help Radio Clatterbridge (Credit: Jennifer Morrow)Did you know that you can support Radio Clatterbridge just by doing your shopping?

If you spend online, you can now help by shopping via the easyfundraising website without it costing you an extra penny.

There are more than 3,300 retailers on the website including John Lewis, Aviva, Sainsbury’s and Booking.com.

Radio Clatterbridge will receive a donation every time you shop.

There are no catches or hidden charges and we will be really grateful for your donations.

Meanwhile, we continue to benefit from donations from a national brand.

Members of the Co-op can nominate Radio Clatterbridge as their chosen charity.

It means we will get 1% of what they spend on Co-op branded products and services.

Shoppers have helped raise over £20m since September 2016 so you could make a big difference.

Thank you for your support.


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