Easy Fundraising

If you shop online there’s now an easy and free way for you to support Friends of the Hurtwood.

We’ve teamed up with easyfundraising who provide a shopping directory listing some of your favourite online stores. Hundreds of popular retailers are participating including Amazon, M&S,Vodafone, eBay, Tesco, Viking and over 3000 others.

All you need to do is use the links provided on the easyfundraising site whenever you shop online. The retailer will then give Friends of the Hurtwood up to 15% of every purchase you make – it’s that simple!

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It doesn’t cost a penny extra to shop and raise funds in this way, and you can even save money as many retailers give exclusive discounts, special offers and even 'e-vouchers' exclusive to easyfundraising.  If you already shop online why not help raise extra funds for us by using this completely free service?

Follow the instructions below to find out how.  

It's as easy as 1-2-3: 

  1. Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk  and register for FREE! 
  2. Once you are registered, log in and use their links to visit your favourite shops. 
  3. You can even set up an icon on your desktop to take you straight to the easyfundraising site.  Click here for an illustrated guide to show you how. (This will open a new window.)

Please encourage your friends and family to sign up too and raise even more money for Friends of the Hurtwood!

 

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Favourite Walks

Favourite Walks

There are over 60 miles of paths and bridleways, some steep paths more suitable for fitter walkers whilst there are plenty of less hilly areas if you wish to go for a more gentle stroll.

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Hurtwood Map

Hurtwood Map

There are two maps available, with or without car parks. There is no official map showing MTB trails, but you can find out more by asking around while you're out & about on the Hurtwood.

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Support Us

Support Us

It costs Friends of the Hurtwood £80,000 every year to maintain public access to the Hurtwood and provide free parking in 15 car parks. Please consider becoming a Friend of the Hurtwood to secure its future.

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Easy Fundraising

You can also sign up for easyfundraising and raise money for Friends of the Hurtwood when you shop online, at no extra cost to you. It's FREE and easy to do

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For more information visit our easyfundraising page by clicking here.

Ranger's Blog

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