Easy Fundraising

If your church or charity relies on fundraising to continue its work, we’ve got some great news for you!

Our revolutionary fundraising scheme helps you gain access to extra money that you thought not possible. Through our insurance scheme, you can easily generate an income from your existing supporters without it actually costing them a single penny.

  • Free money for your charity
  • Benefit from a significant regular income
  • It’s very simple - we do all the work
  • No cost to you
  • You’ll continue to receive year-after-year
  • Funding that keeps on growing as you do

Last year alone, over £160,000 was given away to organisations like yours through our insurance scheme.

How it works

Once you’ve signed up for the scheme, when one of your supporters contacts us for a quote on their car, home or travel insurance, we’ll allocate them to your account. If they subsequently take out cover you’ll be paid a generous percentage of our earnings.

What’s more, you’ll be paid again every year that the supporter renews - for the entire life of the policy. We’ll also provide all the marketing material you need to communicate the scheme to your supporters.

Why it works

Your supporters will like this scheme as it enables them to give you more money without digging any deeper into their own pockets.

Important also is the opportunity for supporters to save money on their car, home and travel insurance. We’ve been saving supporters of not-for-profit organisations money for over 20 years now.

Your supporters are currently insuring with companies that don’t give you anything. You’re not asking them to do something extra, you’re just asking them to insure more intelligently.

Interested in finding out more?

Please call Nick Day on 01424 205002

 

A regular charity income that keeps on growing

A number of charities already benefit.

[View our Charity partners]

 

 

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