Help OHS to raise funds when you buy products online – through your usual shops and at no cost to you
Many retailers such as Amazon, Boots, Debenhams, Expedia, iTunes, John Lewis, M&S and Vodafone will contribute a percentage of money spent in their online stores to charities. This can be anything from 0.5% to over 10% of the purchase price. All you need to do is enter these retailers websites via a special charity portal known as a ‘webshop’ or ‘e-store’.
Oxford Harmonic Society has charity accounts with two of these portals:Spendandraise offers higher donations (except from Amazon) but a more limited list of around 800 retailers. Click here to see a list of their popular retailers;
Easyfundraising offers lower donations but a much bigger list of around 2,000 retailers. You also need to set up an account by registering your email address and a password. Click here to see a list of their popular retailers.
Using either is simple:
If you would like to raise even more money for us without spending a single penny, here’s how. Instead of using a standard search engine like Google, click on the link below to carry out your web searches through the easysearch website. For each search, a small donation will be paid to Oxford Harmonic Society.
Putting on full-scale choral concerts with an orchestra is an expensive business, and ticket sales alone only cover half of the costs. If you would like to show your support for our choir why not join the OHS Friends Scheme, for just £25 per year?
As a Friend of Oxford Harmonic Society you will enjoy these benefits:
- £5 discount on tickets purchased directly from the choir (limited to 4 tickets per season)
- A £5 Blackwell Gift Card to help you save money on your CD or book purchases
- A free programme for each concert you attend
- Advance seat reservation. Sit exactly where you want - no need to arrive early.