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If just the idea of hitting the high street is making you feel tired, let your fingers do the walking and check out our Amazon and eBay store from the comfort of your armchair. We’ve all sorts of treasures online.
Treat yourself and raise money for our charity at the same time. What’s not to like?
Our eBay store is the place to go for everything from cards and clocks to pottery and pictures.
Check out our online store today and see what bargains you can pick up. Remember, all the money from these purchases will go towards the Children’s Air Ambulance service.
Looking for something for the weekend, a new handbag for a night out or new styles for the summer?
Then our eBay Fashion store is a great place to shop. Every purchase you may make will help keep our guys in the air, helping children who desperately need our help.
Searching out some holiday reading or a DVD to entertain the kids?
Check out eBay media store to find bargains today and help to support our cause with every penny you spend.
Prefer to shop on Amazon? Then head over to our Amazon store and see what bargains you can pick up.
We have everything from books to building blocks, and board games to DVDs, and everything you buy will help keep our air ambulances in the air.
If you’re an eBay seller and want to support your local air ambulance, you can do this quickly and easily through the eBay for charity scheme.
You can choose to donate a percentage of your final selling price from your auctions, helping us to keep flying and saving lives all over the UK.
To donate, all you need to do is sign into ‘My eBay’ and make sure you choose ‘Advanced Sell’. You will need to register if you don’t already have an eBay account.
Then under ‘Raise money for your favourite charity’ in the listing form, choose the Air Ambulance Service and select the percentage of your final sale price that you’d like to donate. It’s that easy to help support our great cause.
You will then see your listing has become a ‘Charity listing’ and it will now have the charity bow displayed in the listings for everyone to see.
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