It’s a Prime time to help your charity sport an Amazon Smile this Christmas

Monday 12 October 2020

It’s Amazon Prime Day tomorrow and Wednesday (13 & 14 October 2020) so why not take advantage and help support the RAF Central Fund by shopping at AmazonSmile where you ill find all the same great deals as the standard Amazon site but which sees us receive charitable donations as a result!

With more and more people shopping online and a reported exponential increase as a result of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, the RAF Central Fund has registered with Amazon Smile, an initiative that sees our charity receive donations through purchases made on their AmazonSmile site or by turning on AmazonSmile in the Amazon Shopping app. It is such a simple thing to do but will really help your RAF charity for sport and physical activities continue our work to safeguard the health and wellbeing of serving RAF personnel by building physical and mental resilience.

So why not help us to sport a smile this Christmas? Simply shop at smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1152560-0 or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app, and AmazonSmile donates to The Royal Air Force Central Fund.

 

 

 

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