MWTHA Blog: Earn FREE MONEY For Animal Charities Whilst Doing Your Normal Christmas Shopping!

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On the run up to Christmas people spend like mad on Christmas presents. A lot of the spending is through retailers online. Did you know that you can earn money for free for animal charities, while doing your normal online shopping?

All you have to do is start off your shopping trip at a charity fundraising website. Many, many online retailers are registered with these fundraising websites, including most chain stores. So, once you’ve signed up with the fundraising websites and decided which animal charity you would like to raise money for, all you do is click on the retailer you want to shop at. You will be taken to that retailer’s site and then you simply do your shopping as normal. It does not cost you anything extra.

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You will be able to see how much you raise in your account on the fundraising site. If the animal charity is not yet registered with the fundraising sites, ask them to register.

Have a look at the charity fundraising sites that are available. Don’t miss the chance to earn free money to help animals.

If you would like 100% of the money you spend on gifts to help animal rescues, there are auctions and sales run on Facebook where that happens. You can see them all here.

And to earn even more money for animal rescues while shopping online, you can do it all through a charity search engine. <3

MWTHA Blog: Do You Care If Your Christmas Shopping Hurts Animals & The Environment?

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Today I learned that House Of Fraser Department store is selling real fur. People have been flocking to their Facebook page to express their disgust and to tell them they are boycotting HoF because of it.

If anyone doesn’t know how cruel the fur industry is, have a look at this. In short, it includes animals being slammed against the ground, being skinned alive and fully conscious, even surviving in agony for a few minutes after being fully skinned. They are kept in deplorably cruel conditions before that.

Retailers choosing to sell real fur, when it is so cruel and there is such good faux fur available, seems incredible in this day and age. It gives the impression that HoF is out of touch with consumers, who are becoming more and more conscientious about shopping ethically, especially regarding animals and the environment.

If you are one of those consumers who is becoming more ethical in their choices, you can find a guide to ethical shopping for animal lovers, here. It will help you make sure your Christmas shopping will not be funding animal suffering, and could even help in the fight to stop it.

You can also help make your shopping have a much, much smaller carbon footprint if you avoid animal products, which is easier than ever before. You can find lots of products available, where to get them, and see the top picks, here. You can get chocolate, sweets and even all the parts of a traditional Christmas dinner. After all, avoiding animal products is the single best thing you can do for animals and the environment.