As a business, serving customers is at the heart of everything we do. Tesco was built with a simple mission: to be the champion for customers. Our mission is to help making our customers’ lives easier, every day. In other words – Every Little Helps. Due to a significant and prolonged increase in online demand in the last 2 weeks, Tesco are asking customers to prioritise shopping in-store where possible. This is to help free up slots for the more vulnerable, such as our elderly customers and those who are self-isolating. Tesco would like to thank you for your understanding and support, while they continue to feed the nation...Read more
Waitrose & Partners is one of the country's leading food retailers and aims to combine the convenience of a supermarket with the expertise and service of a specialist shop. Waitrose & Partners have built their reputation, above all, on the quality and freshness of their food and also offer a Price Commitment to ensure good value for money when shopping. ...Read more
At Morrisons, we pride ourselves on delivering great products and services every day. And with our new commitment to keeping costs low there’s no better time to shop with us. Morrisons started as a Bradford market stall in 1899 and over the years we have grown into a superstore. We are now the UK’s fourth largest food retailer. N.B. Due to a recent change by Apple, donations may not track with this retailer if you use a Safari browser. ...Read more
Though sometimes confused with a small country of Viking origins on the fringes of the Arctic Circle, the real Iceland is a unique British food retailer with over 870 stores throughout the UK...Read more
British Corner Shop is the online British supermarket with worldwide delivery. Ideal for British Expats, Forces and Brits living and working abroad who can’t get hold of their favourite British food locally. Established in 1999, British Corner Shop also caters to a large UK market with over 8,000 branded food and grocery items, many of which have been replaced in the big multiples with supermarket own brands, and have become more difficult to find....Read more
Over recent years, the amount of people that do their weekly food shop online has shot up. It’s an easy way to look through everything that’s available to you from the comfort of your own home and choose the best and most cost-effective deals. At TheGivingMachine, we’ve created a way for you to do your online weekly shop and contribute towards charity at the same time. We’ve teamed up with a wide range of supermarket retailers such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco Grocery and Waitrose, so that when you buy through them, you’ll make free donations to charity. We take a small percentage of your purchase total, at no extra cost to you and convert this into free donations that benefit charitable causes of your choice.
It’s a really easy way to start making a meaningful contribution towards charity and make a difference in your local community, all through the click of a mouse. Sign up today and get donating.