Nicola Sutherland has set the Club up on easyfundraising and Co-OP Local Community Fund.

For those of you who don’t know about Easyfundraising it’s a really easy way for people to raise money for their nominated cause through their every day online shopping.  A large number of retailers participate in the scheme and donate a percentage of your shop to your nominated cause.  All you have to do is visit your retailer via easyfundraising so that they can register your shop.  There are a number of additional ways that people can give their support, including by downloading the easyfundraising Donation Reminder tool, referring friends, advertising their support on social media and adding something to the bottom of email signature blocks etc.  And we can ask local businesses who make regular business purchases to sign up to support our cause.

Please spread the word and share this link:

We’ve registered with easyfundraising and we need your help! easyfundraising is a great website where you can help Pewsey Vale Rugby Football Club raise funds simply by doing your everyday online shopping with over 3,600 big name retailers like Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS,, eBay, Boden, and M&S.  Every time you shop, we receive a small donation to say ‘thank you’ and it’s completely free too!

Furthermore, with just under 2 weeks until this round of the Local Community Fund closes on Saturday 26 October, we wanted to let you know there’s still time to encourage members to choose you as their cause.

We know causes have been working hard to raise their profile over the past year with our members, there’s still £14,017.70 available in your community which members haven’t allocated to a cause yet. We hope you take this final opportunity to promote your cause on social media by sharing the link below amongst your supporters. After all, the more members that choose your cause, the more funding your project will receive.

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