Every charity needs money to support its work and we are no
exception. The easiest way, and one which will cost you nothing, is to log on
Give as you Live
site when shopping online.
Do you know that every time you buy something
online you could be raising money for Gambia Education & Teaching Support?
That's right, over 4,000 well known retailers, including Amazon,
John Lewis, eBay and Tesco will donate a small percentage of what
you spend to Gambia Education & Teaching Support to say thank you
for shopping with them.
Gambia Education &
Teaching Support receives cash donations from these retailers when people register to
support us then shop online through
Give as you Live.
All you have to do is
http://giveasyoulive.com/join/gets - you
can click on their logo on this
To choose your
cause, type in - Gambia Education & Teaching Support
Go shopping - it couldn't be
Spread the word to family and
friends to let them know just how easy it is!
Do you want to create a fund raising page, sponsor a fundraiser or
just donate to GETS?
mydonate is a
not-for-profit service from BT. Registering to use
is free and takes just a few minutes.
Every penny of the money that donors contribute (excluding
credit and debit card charges) is paid into our bank
account. BT even collects Gift Aid on our behalf to maximise
our mydonate fundraising.
ran a mountain marathon and so far has raised over £17,000 for GETS
from his fund raisers page on mydonate. You don't have to run a
marathon though, there are other challenges from bog snorkelling to
If you would like to raise money for us or are interested in
becoming a fundraising co-ordinator, please
To help involve and inform colleagues and friends and maybe to raise a little
more for our funds, why not hand out some of our leaflets, great reminders of all that GETS is achieving
contact us if you
would like some.
One side of our
. They have been beautifully printed by
Mario Spatuzzi and the team at The Print Room UK (www.theprintroomuk.com).
Our grateful thanks for their help!
Sunrise Centre -
Kevin walked from John O'Groats to Land's End
raise money for GETS
and John, braved the bitter cold seas on the south coast last Boxing
Day, to raise money for GETS.