Club together this Friday with easyfundraising


Posted by Steph Howe - 22 November, 2017


It’s Black Friday on November 24th, the busiest online shopping day of the year (an estimated 1.4bn will be spent thoughout the day). This could result in a big boost for your team with easyfundraising!

To put this into context, if everyone who shopped online on Black Friday did it via easyfundraising, over £28m would be raised for good causes, including your club!

If you're not already aware of easyfundraising, it's simple. Once you've registered to support your club, every time you shop online you'll be raising money. Easyfundraising works with over 3,200 shops and sites.

Club Together is a campaign set up by Birmingham County FA and easyfundraising, to help clubs raise some vital funding to invest in more equipment, increase membership, build more teams and achieve greater success.

There’s been an amazing response to the Club Together initiative so far, so now is the ideal time to get involved. You can easily be part of this free, ongoing revenue stream today and start boosting those club funds. Click here to get started.

Black Friday shopping could help you win too!

Easyfundraising are challenging clubs to raise as much as possible by December 22nd. The club that raises the most by then will win a £300 donation to help you make plans for the new year. Full details of the prize and terms and conditions can be found here.  

It’s just 6 weeks until Christmas day, so with plenty of Christmas shopping to be done beyond Black Friday, it’s important to let the club community know they can support the club as they buy gifts, food and fashion via easyfundraising. Use the Christmas fundraising tool pack to spread the word. Get it here.


Topics: Fundraising, Grassroots, Grow your club

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