Youth Sport Trust to receive donations through fundraising drive with Savoo

The Youth Sport Trust has partnered with online fundraising platform; Savoo.co.uk, for a project that will see the charity receive donations through web searches and purchases made on discount vouchers.
Youth Sport Trust to receive donations through fundraising drive with Savoo

The Youth Sport Trust has partnered with online fundraising platform; Savoo.co.uk, for a project that will see the charity receive donations through web searches and purchases made on discount vouchers.

Savoo.co.uk is a website where consumers can search the web and save through using voucher and discount codes, and also raise money for charities they support at the same time - at no expense to them. 

The Youth Sport Trust joins a number of charities including the RSPCA, Marie Curie and Make-A-Wish Foundation, on the platform that will benefit from consumers hunting out bargains online and will receive donations when selected as the charity to support. 

Savoo.co.uk users choose their charity to support and every time a search is made using the Bing-powered search engine on the site, Savoo will donate 1p to the charity. Savoo.co.uk will also donate up to 50% of its commissions from deals, codes and discounts at leading retailers including New Look, Halfords and Laura Ashley, to the charity the consumer chooses. 

The Youth Sport Trust is one of seven partner charities that will benefit from sales made on Black Friday (November 25); traditionally the day that signals the beginning of holiday season. Youth Sport Trust will receive 100% commission that Savoo would normally make from featuring the discounts, on voucher codes that are purchased on https://www.savoo.co.uk, when selected as a chosen charity to support.  

To get set up, take advantage of thousands of offers and start donating, all you need to do is register at https://www.savoo.co.uk/#youthsporttrust or connect via your social media account.

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