Raise Money While You Search
How Does It Work?
Are you one of the 6.4m people that use a search engine every day? Did you know you can raise money for Folly Wildlife Rescue while you search, at no cost to you?
http://fwrt.easysearch.org.uk combines the results of several search engines such as Yahoo!, Bing and Ask to ensure you can always find what you’re looking for. But the fantastic thing is that EVERY TIME you search, half a penny is raised for Folly Wildlife Rescue Trust. Search just 15 times a day and you can raise around £25 a year for us.
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"easysearch is a great idea and just as good as Google for the results! I’ve recommended it to my friends and I think this site is the best around as it does something for people. Well done!"
"What a fantastic idea! I was using Google anyway but this way I get to raise money for my good cause every time I search…brilliant! I’ve made easysearch my homepage!"
So the next time you need to find something online, please use http://fwrt.easysearch.org.uk and raise money for Folly Wildlife Rescue with every search you make.
Can Your Business Help Us Raise Money?
Do your employees or colleagues search the web at work?
If the answer is yes, you could help us raise funds is by using our charity search engine http://fwrt.easysearch.org.uk at work. An average searcher can raise £25 a year by using easysearch and as businesses make substantially more searches than individuals, you and your colleagues could really boost our funds.
Easysearch is a 'super' search engine, featuring the results from Yahoo!, Bing, Ask.com, MIVA and many more. This innovative approach to search results makes easysearch perfect for business use as the results are fast, accurate and relevant.
So, if you run your own business, please set http://fwrt.easysearch.org.uk as your company search engine and support us whenever your employees search the web.
Folly Wildlife Rescue are extremely grateful for all donations we receive and thank you for your continued support.
You can make a secure online donation via our Charity Choice page.
Click on the button below and a new page will open with the form and a variety of options with which to pay.
Your kind and generous donation will directly help injured wildlife.
You can now text your donation easily by texting FWRT00 followed by your donation amount to "70070".
For example:- FWRT00 £10 would make a donation of £10.
We receive every penny of your donation. Texts are charged at your standard rate.
Invicta Insurance Services Ltd offer competitive insurance rates and if you take out an insurance policy with them quoting "Project Hedgehog" they will make a generous donation of £20 to Folly Wildlife Rescue.
In return, you will receive an Adoption Pack for ROSIE THE HEDGEHOG containing a colour certificate, hedgehog beanie, fact sheet and a Folly fridge magnet!
easyfundraising.org.uk is a great way to raise money for Folly Wildlife Rescue just by shopping online. You donít pay anything extra.
All you need to do is use click on the banner below to use our easyfundraising portal. Every time make a purchase from your favourite online retailers using the link below Folly Wildlife Rescue will receive a small payment, with no extra cost to you.
With the endless stream of wildlife casualties brought in to Folly Wildlife Rescue we are continually looking for stocks of essential items to aid recovery. With the introduction of our new nursery we will be able to cater for even more little babies, and with that comes more expense and that is where you, our supporters, may be able to help.
Our Amazon Wish List is updated frequently with all the essential items we needr. Your support is absolutely invaluable to us and every item purchased is a vital saving for our charity.
An adoption pack makes a great gift for a birthday or Christmas (or you can always treat yourself!) and is a very practical way to help hedgehogs in distress.
As well as illnesses and injuries the species is now seriously threatened by loss of habitat and housing developments, increased road traffic and unsympathetic farming practices