Founded in 1884, M&S has grown from a single market stall to an international, multi-channel retailer. We sell stylish, high quality, great value clothing and home products, as well as outstanding quality food, responsibly sourced from around 3,000 suppliers globally. Terms and Conditions regarding donation queries: Customers have 6 months from the purchase date to raise a transaction query, and any transaction queries raised after the 6 month period will not be considered.More info
Next is a UK based retailer offering exciting, beautifully designed, excellent quality clothing and homeware presented in collections that reflect the aspirations and means of our customers.More info
Debenhams is a leading international, multi-channel brand with a proud British heritage which trades out of more than 240 stores across 27 countries. Debenhams gives its customers around the world a unique, differentiated and exclusive mix of own brands, international brands and concessions.More info
Very is your ultimate shopping solution, from fashion fabulous looks, hot off the catwalk trends and amazingly cool pieces in Very’s unique Love Label collection, to exclusive celeb styles from the gorgeous Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton. As well as all this, they have loads of brilliant stuff for nippers, like cute Ladybird looks and designer brands. Not forgetting their super trendy home, electrical and furniture collections; they’ve got everything you need for a seriously stylish spruce up.More info
Cox & Cox provides a collection of products missing from other mail order catalogues. The collection has influences from all over the globe and takes inspiration from childhood memories, often with a contemporary twist. Cox & Cox aims at individually-minded customers who desire personally chosen products rather than mass-produced, and embraces the heartfelt philosophy that it is possible to create a home that is both beautiful and practical.More info
Coopers of Stortford is a family run business offering a wide range of innovative and practical products for the kitchen, home and garden.More info
Bargain Crazy is part of the Shop Direct Group, the UK’s largest home shopping company. They offer products that have been featured in catalogues such as Very and Littlewoods. A huge range of products are featured from Fashion & Footwear to Garden & DIY, Homeware & Furniture, Audio & Electrical to Gifts & Toys and more. Bargain Crazy specialise in offering your favourite brands at up to 80% discount of the original catalogue price.More info
Banggood.com is one of China’s leading e-commerce platforms. We strive to offer you the best quality goods, service and prices – Banggood will give you the best bang for your buck! We are constantly researching and developing new products to expand our range, which already totals over 70,000, and have an international workforce committed to serving customers from around the globe.More info
Liberty is a unique British institution; a luxurious emporium that offers carefully selected collections of fashion, accessories, beauty and unique gifts as well as their own iconic printed fabrics.More info
Bloomingdale’s is committed to leading the way with exclusive merchandise, customized services, and alternative shopping venues. Carrying on the Bloomingdale’s brothers’ dream, they’re always finding ways to set their stores apart. That’s both the legacy and the promise of Bloomingdale’s - Like No Other Store in the WorldMore info
In the summer of 2000, Saks Fifth Avenue launched saks.com, offering an enhanced, personalized, online shopping experience. Saks.com provides an expansive assortment of the finest designer collections, accessories, cosmetics and home furnishings, and is committed to providing the same legendary service and style found in all Saks Fifth Avenue storesMore info
El Corte Inglés is a world leader in large department stores and a benchmark of Spanish distribution. With more than 70 years’ experience, the Group has maintained from the outset a policy of customer service and an ongoing concern with adapting itself to suit the tastes and needs of society.More info
You can get all sorts of items from Department Stores, which means that the chances of you being able to donate towards a local charity of your choice are even bigger. You can do this by choosing from the list of participating Department Stores that have teamed up with TheGivingMachine on our website. Buying your items through TheGivingMachine means that a free donation is made at no extra cost to you, but it’ll help to benefit your local community. You don’t have to worry about doing it yourself, all you need to do is sign up and we’ll sort out the donation part!
Some of the Department Stores that participate in our scheme are John Lewis, House of Fraser, Debenhams and Next. A percentage of your purchase total will be donated towards a cause of your choice. All you have to do is sign up, it’s as simple as that and then you’re free to start making your donations.