Finalists announced in 2012 everywoman in Technology Awards


We’re delighted to announce that our CEO, Polly Gowers has been nominated Innovator of the Year for the 2012 everywoman in Technology Awards.

The UK’s largest female business community, everywoman, has announced the 2012 finalists in the everywoman in Technology Awards, once again uncovering the UK’s most successful and talented women working within the technology sector. Read the rest of this entry »

A charitable Christmas for 2011? The future looks bleak


The Guardian voluntary sector network today features an article about how charities may need to branch out from traditional fundraising methods and look at how they need to revolutionise their revenue-sourcing to secure their future.

We know its a tough time for charities at the moment and we hope they can work with their supporters and take advantage of the new fundraising initiatives available and make sure they don’t fall short this Christmas. Please have a read

Mumpreneur awards 2011: Polly Gowers shortlisted


This week, our CEO, Polly Gowers, has become a finalist in this year’s Mumpreneur ‘Mum on a Mission’ award. These awards celebrate mums in business and picks the most heart-warming and inspiring stories. Polly is a mother who runs a successful business as well as bringing up a family.

Polly is up against three other contenders and was selected out of 720 entries, which is a fantastic achievement. Her award entry focused on her successes with Everyclick, such as raising over £2million for the UK’s charities and Give as you Live, the new and revolutionary online fundraising platform.

We have our fingers and toes crossed until we find out the winner next month!

Our CEO, Polly Gowers Features on World Talk Radio


World Talk Radio is one of the largest internet talk shows in the world, and tomorrow Polly featuring on the Green with Envy Series. The episode is called Does Cause Marketing Work, it will examine cause marketing from a range of perspectives and provide their answers to many vexing questions.

You can find more information about the show here. Catch Polly in action, listen to it live at 10am PST on Thursday 11th August, or catch up by visiting the website at a later time.

Together we’ve raised £2,000,000!


Late last night we passed a fantastic milestone – together, we have now raised over £2,000,000 for deserving causes.

It is because of our users that we’ve been able to raise so much for so many causes.

Our sincere thanks to everyone that has helped us to reach this goal by shopping online with Give as you Live and other Everyclick products.

£2,000,000 is a lot of money, but that is just the beginning! Over the coming months we plan to continue improving our technology including Give as you Live, helping to ensure our users can raise as much as possible.

However, to continue to improve we need your help. We would like you to tell us how you think we can improve Give as you Live. It is only with your feedback that we can continue to improve, raising millions more for deserving causes.

Send us your feedback and each week the person that posts the most useful feedback will win a weekend break away.

Thank you again to everyone who has helped us to raise more than £2,000,000 for UK causes – here’s to many more millions.

Social enterprise: putting positivity into the business world


We’re all a little fed up of hearing the doom and gloom of government cuts and the closure of companies, so it’s very refreshing to read that social enterprises are ‘growing at twice the speed of other businesses’. A social enterprise is an organisation whose objectives are motivated by wanting to do good and it’s great to hear that businesses which have the potential to make a difference are the ones that are thriving.

With the current economic climate, people have been struggling to be as generous towards charities, whether this is with their time or money. But social enterprises allow people to go about their daily life AND do something good, without doing a whole lot extra. This is especially true with Everyclick, as through products like Give as you Live™, no change in behaviour is needed – simply do your normal shopping online and you can give to the charity of your choice.

We hope that social enterprises will continue to grow, so we can help the UK’s charities and causes when they need it most.

Featured Fundraiser: Frank Moore and Coast to Coast


An idea born long ago and fleshed out and finalized on a jolly night in the local led to four intrepid fundraisers agreeing to walk from St. Bee’s Head to Robin Hood’s Bay, following the established Wainwright route. Like many a stunning plan hatched over a glass or six, the implications of the 192 miles of walking were slow to dawn, but the tremendous support from those friends who didn’t have to actually join in the walking, did not allow for any change of heart.

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Featured Fundraiser: Ulrika Ellis


This week’s featured fundraiser is Ulrika Ellis. She has raised £355 so far in aid of The British Heart Foundation.

Ulrika was quite a lazy person, she was never a fan of exercise and especially not running, but one day this all changed. Ulrika’s friend Sara gave birth to her daughter, Lily and shortly after she was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy. Read the rest of this entry »

It’s not too late to donate to the London Marathon… because someone is still ‘running’ it.

Brian the Snail and Friends

The 2011 London Marathon is long since over for most runners. However, Lloyd Scott is still working towards the finish line, raising money for Action for Kids.

Crawling the marathon dressed as Brian the Snail from the Magic Roundabout, Lloyd is able to manage about a mile a day. Read the rest of this entry »

Featured Fundraiser: Stephen Mahon


This week’s featured fundraiser is Stephen Mahon, who has raised over £740 in just 4 days for Children’s International Summer Villages.

Stephen is being sponsored to run coast to coast along the route of Hadrian’s Wall, that’s 85 miles which he hopes to complete in just 3 days.

Children’s International Summer Villages (North East) is a charity that brings children together from across the globe in month-long summer camps. It is a valuable experience in mixing with a range of cultures and backgrounds.