Set up a fundraiser for Jigsaw Trust on Facebook
You can now fundraise using a Facebook giving page to support Jigsaw Trust. You can set this up for any purpose, but Facebook donate works particularly well for Birthday’s and other celebratory events. If your birthday’s coming up and you’re feeling generous, then please consider asking your friends to make a donation to Jigsaw, instead of buying presents.
Click here to set up your own fundraiser on Facebook Amazon Smile
Help generate funds for Jigsaw Trust when you shop at AmazonSmile, at no extra cost to you! AmazonSmile is an identical site to amazon.co.uk and you can use your existing amazon account to shop there. Amazon will then give 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT and other shipping fees) of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organisation of choice.
You can choose which charity Amazon donates to, and Jigsaw Trust is one of the options on the charities list.
Search the web and raise free funds for Jigsaw Trust using Everyclick.
To get started simply visit Jigsaw’s Everyclick pageGive as you Live
Give as you Live is an online fundraising platform allowing users to shop at over 4,000 top stores and raise free funds for charity.
By buying your new boots, your flights to France or even switching your gas supplier through Give as you Live you can raise funds that will help us to support children and adults living with autism.
Getting a new car and don’t know what to do with the old one?
Give a Car will collect your vehicle from anywhere in the UK and depending on its age and condition they can either send it for safe disposal and recycling at an authorised treatment facility, or to a salvage auction. Jigsaw Trust will receive a large chunk of the sale proceeds.
Simply use the below link and pick Jigsaw Trust as your chosen charity.
eBay for Charity is an easy way for buyers and sellers on eBay.co.uk to support Jigsaw Trust. Sellers, whether they’re individuals or businesses, can donate a percentage from any sale to a charity of their choice and add Gift Aid to their donations. Charities can also sell their own items directly on eBay.co.uk.