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Hi Peter, Sorry, we don't currently have that option on our T&Cs page, however I can email you over a pdf version of our T&Cs. Thanks, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-09-23 11:33:13

I am looking for a simple print version (maybe a pdf) of these T&Cs to print a paper copy to read and share with other trustees of the charity I represent. A one click action facilitating this would be really helpful especially for a new user.

Author: Peter | On: 2019-09-19 06:24:40

I have read your terms and conditions. Viv Rolph, Mill Cottage, Holbroo, Suffolk IP9 2QN

Author: Viv Rolph | On: 2019-08-04 08:03:30

Hi Sally, Thank you for your email and I am very sorry for the long delay in getting back to you. We had a technical issue that meant we were unaware of comments being left on the website. Thank you for reading our t&cs - your reward should be with you soon. I have unsubscribed you from emails. Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:44:33

Hi David, Thank you for reading our ts&cs and for leaving us a comment. I am very sorry that we have taken so long to get back to you. We had an issue with our website that meant we were not notified when comments were left. Please could you let me know where to send your ‘reward’? Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:35:13

Hi Linda, Thank you for reading our ts&cs and for leaving us a comment. I am very sorry that we have taken so long to get back to you. We had an issue with our website that meant we were not notified when comments were left. Please could you let me know where to send your 'reward'? Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:32:36

Hi Zandra, Thank you for reading our ts&cs and for leaving your comment. I am really sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We had a technical glitch and didn't receive notification of your comment. Please could you let us know where we should send your reward? Kind regards, Laura Hollis

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:26:49

Hi Jean, Thank you for your comment on TheGivingMachine website. Please can you email info@thegivingmachine.co.uk if you are still having problems and our customer services team will be able to help you remove the Shop&Give reminder from your browser. Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:18:19

Hi Linda, Thank you for your comment and please accept my apologies for the long delay in getting back to you. We had a website issue that meant we were unaware of comments left on our website. Please email info@thegivingmachine.co.uk if you wish to close your account and our customer services team will be able to help you out. Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:16:50

Hi Martin, Thank you for your comment and please accept my apologies for the very long delay in getting back to you. We had a technical glitch that meant we were unaware of comments on our website. If you are a non-profit company then you should be able to join TheGivingMachine, but you can find further information on our joining criteria here: https://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/help/faqs/cause Please email info@thegivingmachine.co.uk if you require any further information. Kind regards, Laura Hollis

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:15:09

Hi Jo, I am very sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We have closed your Giver account. Please email info@thegivingmachine.co.uk if you require further assistance. Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:13:09

Hi Avril, Thank you for your message and I am really sorry that we have taken so long to get back to you. Unfortunately we had a problem with our comments section on the website (which has now been fixed). You can find further information on cause joining criteria here: https://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/help/faqs/cause If you have further questions, please email info@thegivingmachine.co.uk - we promise to respond much quicker! Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:10:58

Hi Elaine, Thank you for your email and I am really sorry for the delay. We had a technical glitch that meant we were not notified of comments on our website. You will find further information on the criteria for causes to join TheGivingMachine here: https://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/help/faqs/cause Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-25 09:08:37

Hi John, Thank you for your message and my sincere apologies for the delay in getting back to you. I've checked your cause's account and a payment was made to them in April. Please let me know if there still seems to be an issue and we will investigate further. Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-24 11:56:44

Hi Sarah, Thank you for your message. We make donations payments every month by BACs to all causes with a balance of £15+. I hope this answers your question, but please let me know if I can be of further assistance. You can contact us is via our online form here: https://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/about-us/contact-us/ Kind regards, Laura

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2019-06-24 11:49:17

Can you tell me how the cause receives the payments. Do they withdrawal or does it get sent automatically?

Author: Sarah Griffiths | On: 2019-06-19 10:17:42

As per the charity i support , they have not received the payment . Please let me know

Author: basil john | On: 2019-06-15 07:54:17

Cool Prize

Author: Colin King | On: 2018-12-16 17:33:34

Very helpful to have this information. I keep getting asked by Amazon to use AmazonSmile, but suspected that the deal for charities might not be so good. Thanks for the update.

Author: Johan Bergstrom-Allen | On: 2018-11-26 10:41:38

Your website says you have specific criteria for discerning charities and schools and other organisations, and when I click on the link to find out more, it takes me here, yet there is no more informaiton about what the discernment actually is!

Author: Elaine Hepburn | On: 2018-11-19 14:04:29

‘I have read your terms and conditions’

Author: Zandra Christie | On: 2018-11-19 12:42:55

Hello, I know I am too late for the chocolate bar but as feedback, it would be wonderful if these T's & C's were clearer as to types of Not for Profit businesses you accept, such as CICs, social enterprises. Is this only Schools and Charities? Apologies if missed it, I couldn't see a list of legal structures accepted. Many thanks Avril

Author: Avril | On: 2018-11-18 11:07:45

please remove me from your mailing list

Author: Jo Jullien | On: 2018-10-23 18:23:20

I have read your terms and conditions

Author: Helen Smith | On: 2018-10-09 12:07:22

I am fundraising for a T'ai Chi organisation that runs classes and courses throughout the country. It is called the Taoist Cultural Arts Association and is a non-profit company. You can find out more information on www.seahorsearts.co.uk Would we be able to register it with the giving machine? Kind regards Martin

Author: Martin Mellett | On: 2018-10-02 15:42:45

Giving to charity, schools or community groups without a cost to yourself. You are already shopping on the Internet, so why not shop through The Giving Machine website and also give to your favourite good cause. You purchase what you were going to purchase and your good cause also benefits. a WIN, WiIN.

Author: Chris Sterry | On: 2018-06-22 20:33:12

Would you please let me know how we would go about closing our cause. We are in the process of dissolving the PTA. I have asked the school if they wish to continue the cause and they can use the update your cause section if required. However, I couldn't find anything about closing the account. Thank you Linda Rance

Author: Linda Rance | On: 2018-06-22 11:59:40

helpful and clear terms and conditions.

Author: JANE MITCHELL-BAKER | On: 2018-06-20 07:49:41

Dad is a Hero, Cause he is never looked at my short comings, and always seen the good in me. Only a person who is good can see good in others. He has worked hard and continued to inspire and made me live a life full of moral values and high eternal virtues. He has shown me the steps to take towards a good teacher and be a better person. God bless, Dad!

Author: Deepak Haridatt | On: 2018-06-12 22:58:12

Coz he allowed me to be Me. never judged me, never tried to change my mind. Was and still is the support i needed. Pure love. He cries when I cry and laughs when I laugh. He's always for me and my lil sis. always worked hard (too hard) to give us as much as could while still giving us the support, the time and the presence. everytime we meet, we join each other in The Now, in the present moment. I absolutely love him and look forward to spending more time together.

Author: Kamil | On: 2018-06-08 12:53:19

I have read your terms and conditions.

Author: Linda Nash | On: 2018-06-03 15:39:38

i have unsubscribed from your website but I am still getting the icon in top right hand corner when I use other sites. How do I delete it?

Author: jean poole | On: 2018-05-28 19:58:06

I have read your terms and conditions. I wish to unsubscribe to the emails you send but can find nowhere to do so. Please now do this. Thanks

Author: Sally Wilson | On: 2018-05-26 20:37:05

I have read your terms and conditions

Author: David White | On: 2018-05-02 16:55:19

Hi @Auiryouni, thanks for getting in touch and for your interest in TheGivingMachine. Please email me direct at luisa@thegivingmachine.co.uk so we can discuss the possibilities of working together. Many thanks Luisa

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2018-04-20 08:27:06

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Author: Veronica | On: 2018-04-20 06:30:54

Hi Andrew Thanks for getting in touch with us. We work with retailers via affiliate networks. Are you currently working with an affiliate network? It would be great to discuss this further and hopefully be able to work with each other. Please email me direct at luisa@thegivingmachine.co.uk with the answer to my question. Many thanks Luisa

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2018-04-10 11:27:17

Hi I would be interested in becoming a partner for our motorhome hire business. Please contact me to discuss more about how it works. Thanks Andrew

Author: Andrew Hughes | On: 2018-04-07 15:19:24

Hi there! My names Audrey and I work for Alzheimer's Research UK! I just wanted to say thank you for supporting our charity and I love the work you do to raise so much money. I just wondered if you do something like 'Charity Of The Year' at all? Look forward to your response, Kind regards, Audrey Tietz

Author: Audrey Tietz | On: 2018-03-15 11:55:49

I nominate Alice, my Mother-In-Law, my own Mother passed away a couple of years ago but Alice has always been there for me and IS a Mother to me. She has brought up 7 children, is 83 years old and is the most inspiring woman I know. Love her.

Author: Angie Butcher | On: 2018-03-05 19:17:28

My mum is Gill T and she is unfailingly kind

Author: Marysia | On: 2018-03-04 22:37:05

My mum a great strength to me

Author: Melanie stanbridge | On: 2018-03-03 12:15:16

Bea Sawyer

Author: Jennifer Stevenson | On: 2018-03-02 15:54:08

It is just beautiful and heartwarming, to see that there are still people that care and wish to enhance the quality of life for others than themselves. Nice job gentlemen, keep up the good work. God bless you all.

Author: michelle | On: 2018-03-02 10:01:48

sadly mum has dementia. I nominate her as flowers do bring a smile to her face even through the smog of confusion

Author: jacky | On: 2018-02-27 12:55:05

I would like to nominate my mam Jean Moon, to say thank you for everything you do for me.

Author: Lynda Riddick | On: 2018-02-25 13:44:27

I nominated my mum Rosa Halimi she is one in a million

Author: sima halimi | On: 2018-02-22 13:46:06

I'd like to nominate my mum Catherine as a little thank you for everything she does for us. She's amazing!

Author: Ellie | On: 2018-02-22 12:34:45

I nominate my Mum Mrs Sheelagh Armstrong who was left a widow at aged 47 with 6 children. My Mum never remarried so brought up the children still at home on her own. At aged 66 my Mum was diagnosed with bowel cancer and after an operation and chemotherapy she made a full recovery. Just before Christmas 2016 (aged 74) I had to rush my Mum into hospital as she was having difficulty breathing - thank god I did as that night she had a heart attack and would have died if she had not been in the hospital where they managed to resuscitate her. Mum had in fact contracted pnuemonia and flu and fighting these two infections is what had put a strain on her heart and caused the heart attack. Mum was in Intensive care in an induced coma for 7 days with all of her six children around her, we thought it was the end. Miraculously on the 8th day Mum came round and after another week in hospital and a couple of months convalescing with one of my sisters Mum was well enough to go home again. My Mum is one or the strongest people I have ever met and is always on hand to help with the childcare of her grandchildren or anyone else who needs her support - she is an absolute Star and we all love her dearly. It would be lovely if you could send her a bunch of flowers.

Author: Fiona Armstrong | On: 2018-02-21 20:52:14

I nominate my mum Sonia, she is the best. No matter the voluntary work she does, the caring attitude and selfless giving her time and counsel to others. Dominic 10y old

Author: Dominic Sedda | On: 2018-02-21 17:17:24

I wouldn't be who I am without the continued support and guidance from my Mum. My kids, husband and I are indebted to her. Like so many others, she really deserves recognition.

Author: Helen Proffitt | On: 2018-02-21 15:20:53

I nominate my mum, Sandra Carr xx

Author: Karen Birbeck | On: 2018-02-21 12:32:46

My wonderful mum is 80 years young and never ceases to amaze me. She has been house bound for the past 4years due to mobility issues and despite the fact that she is stuck in the confines of her own house she continues to hold on to her terrific sense of humour. She worries about everyone else all of the time and never lets her issues get her down. I nominate my mum because she is simply the best! Xxx

Author: Jackie O'Reilly | On: 2018-02-21 09:48:23

Barbara Lee

Author: Sandra Rollason | On: 2018-02-21 07:29:43

Yes please my mum is amazing. Shes deaf and nevervlets anything stop her. She recently lost her daughter marxh 2017 and her grandaughter too so really march is a tough month this year and flowers will really cheer her up.

Author: Tracy Yeomans | On: 2018-02-21 00:45:08

Mum/Granny is so kind and caring she looks after all four of her Grandchildren after school and still manages to support her Inner Wheel work for Charity along with playing the organ at Church. She helps out in whatever way she can whatever the cost to herself always putting others first, so I nominate Rachel Gooseman

Author: Susan Gooseman | On: 2018-02-20 23:39:40

My mum Cecilia for holding us all together during difficult family times.

Author: Susan Brown | On: 2018-02-20 23:23:21

I nominate my Mum, Rosemary Carter, as she is not only a Mum in a million, but she is also a Sister, Auntie, Nanny & friend in a million. My Mum donated her kidney to her brother but, sadly, he passed away last year. So many people have been helped, supported & loved by my Mum that even people she hasn't seen in years sing her praises. Rosemary, my Mum, is amazing. I don't know where a lot of us would be without her.

Author: Caroline | On: 2018-02-20 21:26:16

Hazel Kiff

Author: Debbie trigg | On: 2018-02-20 21:19:45

Would love to nominate my mum Ursula. She's such a lovely woman and has been through so much over the years. Xx

Author: Natasha Morgan | On: 2018-02-20 21:14:57

I nominate my Mum, Marilyn Clayton. I’ve lived a long way from home for years now so I seldom see her for Mother’s Day but I’d love her to receive some flowers on he day!

Author: Alison Kitchener | On: 2018-02-20 20:18:08

I would love to nominate my mum , Susan falcus she's had such a few bad trying months with a serious illness but she hasn't let that get her down she's continued with life and carried on raising funds everyday even when she doesn't want to.... I am one very proud daughter

Author: Susan Leak | On: 2018-02-20 20:15:34

I would give these flowers to my mum, Sandy Grist. Great mum. Great friend. Sadly now alone, having lost my Dad 8 years ago.

Author: Wendy Jones | On: 2018-02-20 20:06:15

For my mum Denise English...who for nearly 40yrs has been my mum and dad and shown me how to be a parent. For being their for nan at all times and for the support you give to my sister when she has to be rush Bethany in to hospital or another GOSH check up. I think we probably take you for granted, but you never complain and I am forever grateful. To my role model xx

Author: Samantha Nel | On: 2018-02-20 19:45:17

I nominate my Mum, Mary Pinnegar x

Author: Donna Prout | On: 2018-02-20 19:42:53

My wonderful Mum, Linda. The best mum and nanny in the world! Xx

Author: Rebecca Driscoll | On: 2018-02-20 19:38:34

Hilary Woolcock- she went on a Cruise late last year and had a heart attack and for a dreadful few days I thought that we may not have another Mother's Day. Thankfully she is on the mend but there is nothing like a scare to make you appreciate what you have.

Author: Sarah Talbot | On: 2018-02-20 19:37:11

My mum Linda Pyper without all her help I Wouldn't able to work.She is Amazing .

Author: Gill Egerton | On: 2018-02-20 19:33:54

For my Mum Linda, for being the most amazing Mum and grandmother and workout buddy! Not many people have their mothers swing kettlebells with them 💪🏻💪🏻 what more can I say

Author: Vickie Lawrence | On: 2018-02-20 19:24:29

I would love to nominate my Mum Margaret. After a few tough years she has still remained strong. She deserves these flowers for being an amazing Mum and Nanny!

Author: Jo Best | On: 2018-02-20 19:20:32

I nominate my Mum Dot Duke. She's had a rough 6 months going through chemotherapy, in and out of hospital. During this time she's still helped look after her 3 young grandchildren when she can. This would be a wonderful surprise for her. Thank you and Love you Mum xxx

Author: NATALIE BAGLIN | On: 2018-02-20 19:13:23

Elizabeth Allen

Author: Charlotte | On: 2018-02-20 19:10:58

Sadly my mum passed away 20 years ago but I would love to nominate my sister. She has raised my nephew without the support of his father and he has grown up to be a kind, considerate individual whom I am very proud of! She is calm, fair and always cheerful, even when she’s had to face some traumatic experiences. So, my nomination is Joanna Haughan

Author: Deb McKie | On: 2018-02-20 19:10:55

My marvellous mum. 80 years old and still looking out and after me. She just lost my Step Father. Still.manages her voluntary work for help the ages. And still does the Communal scheme garden. I love her ro bits. Thank you Mum Love you xxxxx

Author: Sheila Stapleton | On: 2018-02-20 19:06:18

Raising money to rejuvenate the schools' play area

Author: Kelly Gibbons | On: 2017-11-07 20:01:20

This is a great opportunity for our school, lets keep the donations coming.

Author: carolyn | On: 2017-11-06 22:32:28

Hi Duncan, Thanks for contacting us regarding The Whisky Exchange. I'm delighted to inform you that we are already promoting The Whisky Exchange on our site via the AWIN network and are generating sales. Please contact me at luisa@thegivingmachine.co.uk if you need any further assistance. Kind regards Luisa

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2017-07-05 08:45:36

Hi there, I am writing from an online retailer called The Whisky Exchange. We have over 9,000 Champagnes, Whiskies and Fine Spirits available. Are you on AWIN where we could pursue a relationship? Many thanks, Duncan.

Author: Duncan Wagner | On: 2017-07-04 16:07:15

Hi Louise - thanks for getting in touch. The short answer is that TheGivingMachine's funds originate from the shops and their marketing partners. As for data, we get transaction data from the shops and user contact data. Donation information can be seen by both users (Givers) and Causes but causes do not receive any data that enables them to attribute the specific contribution of specific Givers and we do not share contact information let alone sell it. We do provide a free communication feature to enable causes to send messages to their supporters to say thank you or invite them into other subscriptions for example. I hope that this answers your questions but I'll send you my contact details in case you need more information. Cheers Richard

Author: Richard Morris | On: 2017-05-18 13:34:37

Hi Can I just ask how the charity receive the money and who owns/gets the data? Thanks Louise

Author: Louise Greysmith | On: 2017-05-18 10:18:10

Hi Laila Thanks for contacting us. I will email you direct and let you know the next steps. Many thanks Luisa.

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2017-04-10 07:52:05

Looking forward to using this

Author: Chris Searle | On: 2017-04-09 17:47:23

We are a new natural health and beauty subscription box and are looking to join The Giving Machine as a partner. What are the next steps?

Author: Laila Sanderson | On: 2017-04-09 09:31:39

Hi School Supporters Club was developed a a low cost fund raising system for PTAs, Charities and Community Association. Included in the £10.00 p.a. subscription is a complete Admin system that can save groups money in admin costs - http://goo.gl/Zs8UCm We think SSC has much to offer the 3rd and Voluntary groups. We are looking for a partner to help promote a website that offers som uch and costs so little - any advice would be most welcome. Terence Ayres School Supporters Club

Author: Terence Ayres | On: 2017-03-22 20:59:16

So sorry, we missed your comment. If you are using Microsoft Edge it does not allow third party extensions, however Microsoft does plan to change this in the future. Our shop and give app does however work on other browsers such as Chrome and Safari.

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2017-03-08 13:00:18

Gina gets afternoon tea at the top of the Shard and I get a meat thermometer? Gina, I think it's time we see other people.

Author: Gina's Husband | On: 2017-03-06 15:40:49

why can't I download the reminder on my windows HP laptop

Author: Kathleen Butler McWilliams | On: 2017-03-03 22:22:29

Hi Angie By visiting the Groupon site via TheGivingMachine, your click out is your free entry so you don't need to do anything else. Good luck. Luisa

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2017-02-23 07:54:27

I have visited groupon website via the giving machine website but I cannot see where I can enter and register for the competition. I already have a groupon account, is it only new visitors that can enter?

Author: Angie | On: 2017-02-22 19:58:42

I have read your terms and conditions.

Author: Zoe Baines | On: 2017-02-17 13:38:38

Sorry to hear that Suzanne. I hope your mum feels better soon. Good luck with this competition.

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2017-01-31 11:07:48

I would love to win this bouquet for my mum, as she has had a lot of illness of late and been in and out of hospital and I know this would really cheer her up and let her know how much I love her!

Author: Suzanne Hough | On: 2017-01-31 09:28:29

Hi Ben - thanks for contacting us. I think it should read "<em>Donations will only be used by TheGivingMachine to support its charitable work <ul>and</ul> considered for payment on to each Cause once the total amount of commission received for a cause has exceeded £15.</em>". We weren't trying to say anything more complicated to be honest but we do use donations to TheGivingMachine to help develop and improve the service. I hope that I have answered your question but please let me know directly if it is still unclear. Richard (richard@thegivingmachine.co.uk)

Author: Richard Morris | On: 2016-12-12 14:14:40

The first sentence of para 4.6 seems to have gained or lost some words or been scrambled. It currently reads "Donations will only be used by TheGivingMachine to support its charitable work considered for payment on to each Cause once the total amount of commission received for a cause has exceeded £15." Should it be simply "Donations will only be considered for payment on to each Cause once the total amount of commission received for a cause has exceeded £15"? Or maybe you're trying to say something more complicated, that donations will only be passed on once commission has exceed £15 and will otherwise be used by the Giving Macjine?

Author: Ben Tansley | On: 2016-12-11 12:53:44

Hi, Thanks for contacting us. Yes we did publish these blogs early so that people could see what was coming up in our 12 Days of Christmas promotion. So as you can see this blog is for the twelfth day. Please let us know if you have any more questions. Thanks Luisa

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2016-12-09 15:52:59

So your blog post says “today” three times and yet the small print at the bottom says only on the 12th. Have you published this blog post (and the others in this series) days early?

Author: A | On: 2016-12-09 09:10:36

ok

Author: liz | On: 2016-12-08 21:14:57

Love The Giving Machine and all its companies participating. Spreading the word to help our Cause. Winning the £100 means more sharing.

Author: Susan | On: 2016-12-07 16:25:54

Hi Robert, Thank you for your message. We are hoping to get some editable versions created this week. If you let us know the name of your cause then we would be happy to add it for you. Many thanks, TheGivingMachine Team

Author: Laura Hollis | On: 2016-11-08 09:31:19

Are Word or editable pdf versions of the christmas poster available as these would look so much better with the cause details added in the same font rather than handwritten?

Author: robert stokely | On: 2016-11-07 20:08:08

With these offers, now is a great time to try. Let us know what you think once you have shopped. Thanks Luisa.

Author: Luisa Gatward | On: 2016-11-03 08:26:41

My daughter in law is always telling me to do my shop with you, must try before Xmas.

Author: winnie Cameron | On: 2016-11-03 08:16:13

Hi Fay - thanks for the comment and I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. We'd love to send more to NRAS - here's the link to their page of TheGivingMachine where people can join and help generate more free donations for them. Please let us know if we can help more. Richard https://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/causes/national-rheumatoid-arthritis-society-nras

Author: Richard Morris | On: 2016-10-26 07:16:14

Such a shame NRAS,wasn't in the top league. Rheumatoid Arthritis is a terrible disease, My mother had it,and it was awful to watch her suffer with it, and later the Cancer the medication caused. she died two months after being diagnosed with Cancer.

Author: fay SINCLAIR | On: 2016-10-22 17:09:14

Unfortunately it was no help sorry :(

Author: lana | On: 2016-05-04 18:24:57

I would like the £100 donation to go to the Wiltshire Air Ambulance. 'Funded by you, flying for you'.

Author: Sally Walters | On: 2016-04-18 16:43:50

I envy you. Here's something of interest Rachel, maybe? I have a place this year too (deferred from last year), but I am suffering with injury and unable to find the right level of training discipline. You should be reassured that, regardless of performance, you will totally love it and enjoy every minute of it! here is my last London Marathon story :) http://www.craigmckenzie.co.uk/fundraising/london-marathon-2014-race-report/

Author: Craig | On: 2016-02-26 15:21:19

Enjoy reading this and will enjoy reading about the actual event in which Rachel will be bursting with pride at what she's achieved and the feeling of euphoria when she's crossed that finishing line! Best of luck with the training!

Author: Deb | On: 2016-01-28 17:25:57

Well done Birchfield! Isn't it so easy :)

Author: Deb | On: 2016-01-28 17:18:07

Congrats! Regards Mark from Piaggi ( http://piaggi.co.uk/store/ )

Author: Mark Piaggi | On: 2016-01-15 10:21:02

We'll be routing for you, Rachel! You go girl!

Author: Kirsty Rogers | On: 2016-01-12 13:48:04

A friend of mine is expecting twins so this bag would be very useful if I won it!

Author: Carol | On: 2015-09-29 09:44:19

West Gate School is a special needs school for autistic pupils, severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. We are desperately trying to raise funds for a wheelchair 7 aside football pitch. Any gifts we receive will go towards our Christmas stalls and we have 2 pregnant special needs staff that love a chance to buy this.

Author: Joanne Gillett | On: 2015-09-29 08:57:57

a lovely bag which will make a super prize in the Moorside School raffle at the Christmas Fair

Author: Jean Hardy | On: 2015-09-29 04:50:44

Hi Hananda, Sorry for the delay in responding. Delighted to hear you are interested in working with one of our retailers more closely. As you're the TGM Rep for the Self Realization Meditation Healing Centre, we have an e-mail address on which we will contact you on shortly. Kindest regards, Deb TheGivingMachine Charity

Author: Deb Nicholas | On: 2015-06-16 09:29:31

The Charity I volunteer for is interested in your new scheme teaming us up with a shop to help generate funds and givers. I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards Hànanda

Author: Hànanda Whittingham | On: 2015-06-13 15:27:37

This is really useful - great stuff guys!

Author: Dave | On: 2015-04-28 09:05:58

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