If you prefer to do your Christmas shopping online from the comfort of the your sofa rather than braving the hoardes of shoppers taking over the high street, why not visit your favourite shops online, save yourself a whole lot of stress and hassle and raise money for a much needed local charity in Haverhill this Christmas?
Haverhill Community First Responders has set up an innovative web shop that provides a portal to many popular online retailers, such as Amazon, Play, Thorntons, HMV and Marks & Spencer, and earns the charity money for each referral.
You, the customer, won't have to pay a penny extra or see any additional charges to your purchase as the company you access through the web shop pays the charity for each transaction they've received.
For example, you access the web shop and follow the link to Amazon, buy some DVDs as Christmas presents and pay for your purchase as normal. Amazon will then pay Haverhill Community First Responders commission on the sale!
Why Support Haverhill Community First Responders?
Since it launched in 2002, Haverhill Community First Responders has helped over 4,000 local people who have faced potentially life threatening situations.
Haverhill Community First Responders is a group of unpaid volunteers, who are trained to attend 999 emergencies on behalf of the ambulance service. However, they can only continue their essential work in the local area with your help.
Access the web shop today and help raise money for a great local cause!
Want to lend even more support to Haverhill Community First Responders?
The Best of Haverhill Christmas Marketplace, which takes place on the 16th December 2010 at the Days Inn Haverhill, will be raising money for the charity with a fantastic raffle.
Further details on The Best of Haverhill Christmas Marketplace are available here.
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