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I found this whilst looking at the NSPCC website. You click through the links and when you shop on the website, they donate to the NSPCC- but you must use the links provided.

The shops are-
Amazon
ELC
Ebay Charity
Lastminute.com
Yellow Moon
Mothercare
http://www.nspccshop.co.uk
Born Gifted
Hamleys
Debenhams
Toys R Us
People Tree
The Body Shop
NSPCC Cards
The Toy Shop
Travel Relief
Waterstones
eden4flowers.co.uk
WOW! 366
The Union
John Lewis
Spar.
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#1
They only cover Englannd & Wales, so peeps from Scotchland/NI should look to give to their own countries charity.
#2
offshorebairn
They only cover Englannd & Wales, so peeps from Scotchland/NI should look to give to their own countries charity.


NSPCC, charity registered in Scotland, charity number SC037717.

It says that at the bottom of the website?

http://www.nspcc.org.uk/Inform/policyandpublicaffairs/northernireland/northernireland_wda48642.html <-- Northern Ireland??

Edited By: midjet666 on Nov 27, 2010 16:13
#3
can you go through quidco with this or is this what you are in effect giving to charity??
#4
the badger
can you go through quidco with this or is this what you are in effect giving to charity??


I think it goes to the charity. The best thing to do is, click through the shop on quidco, then go through the link on the NSPCC website, and order it through that link. Then they'll still be getting the money back, and you'll probably get the money from quidco as it's tracked it already.
#5
Shame I hadn't seen this before amazon black Friday. Dropped a fortune with them and would have been good to know charity had benefited. Will keep in mind for future amazon purchases.
#6
offshorebairn
They only cover Englannd & Wales, so peeps from Scotchland/NI should look to give to their own countries charity.


From their home page "The NSPCC's vision is to end cruelty to children in the UK." Last time I looked it is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain encompasses England, Wales and Scotland. Not sure why you don't think they work in Scotland and Northern Ireland?
#7
midjet666
the badger
can you go through quidco with this or is this what you are in effect giving to charity??

I think it goes to the charity. The best thing to do is, click through the shop on quidco, then go through the link on the NSPCC website, and order it through that link. Then they'll still be getting the money back, and you'll probably get the money from quidco as it's tracked it already.

They won't pay out twice, one of them will be declined.

I think the best thing to do is go through topcashback then just donate however much of that you want to whatever charity you want. Plus you can then giftaid it - don't know if you can through this site as you're not technically donating.
1 Like #8
did last years Great north run for them (my first)

worth all the effort please give if you can.

Please don't nit pick,
Nice work OP
#9
Excuse me for asking but can someone please explain why you all accept (this & previous) govt. spending billions fighting an illegal war but rely on charities to look after your children in 2010?
#10
Do we have a choice? Did we have a choice?

The answer is unfortunately not. Blair was gonna go to war regardless of our opinion.
#11
s123
Do we have a choice? Did we have a choice? The answer is unfortunately not. Blair was gonna go to war regardless of our opinion.
So why was he re-elected? Was this not an approval of his policies. He put himself first in the pages of history then way below come domestic issues ...like children.
Before all the do gooders moan just remember the abusive use of your taxes!
1 Like #12
The NSPCC also wants to puts parents in prison who use reasonable chastisement on their children, so thanks, but not thanks. I'll give these links a pass this christmas.
1 Like #13
sowotsdis
Excuse me for asking but can someone please explain why you all accept (this & previous) govt. spending billions fighting an illegal war but rely on charities to look after your children in 2010?

Why do we have the RNLI providing rescue services, why do we have medical research provided by charities, etc, etc?

Becasue there is only so far the state goes and people with good intentions have set up charities for things they wish to improve further and seek support from like minded people.

Everyone has different opinions on the state's roll, but in general given the relatively consistent middle policital enviroment we have had for the past 50 years the consensus seems to be that the balance is as right as you can get it.

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