Shoppers: Not only will you find the best online shopping deals here, but I’ll also tell you about current “sales” – meaning even bigger savings for you.
So once you have saved yourself a few pennies, if you then want to show your appreciation, feel free to make a donation to my next Kiltwalk event in aid of FareShare.
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Supermarket chain selling groceries and household goods, with a focus on ethical practices. Fairtrade supporters.
Graze select healthy foods that actually taste good and handpick your very own snack box, which is then delivered to any UK address.
Shop over 200 teas from around the world. Find gifts for all occasions, teaware, accessories and confectionery, as well as recipes, expert advice and more.
Ready meals delivered. Choose from over 300 delicious frozen meals and desserts, prepared by award-winning chefs and delivered nationwide by their friendly local team.
Retailers: This is a totally cost-free way for you to sell your products; and to promote your currently-running Sales.
If you feel that I have delivered some value to your business, please also feel free to make an appropriate donation to:
So why do I fundraise via the Kiltwalk?
The Kiltwalk is, without doubt, one of the most-effective ways to raise money for charities (FareShare in my case).
All funds attract an additional 50% (paid by The Hunter Foundation).
So for every £20 that is donated, FareShare actually receives £30 (and even more if you also select the Gift Aid option).
The Kiltwalk events are also a lot of fun!
Even in a wheelchair. I just sit back and enjoy the beautiful Scottish scenery while Sonja does all of the pushing.
And although the events are held in Scotland, I am raising funds for a UK-wide charity: