Media Center"Best New Website" Webuser Magazine, May 2008
Many websites offer cashback shopping to earn you money on online purchases, but few are as fair or as flexible as froggybank. This generous, new shopping portal aims to reward consumers, charities and the environment in one fell scoop. Simply sign-up to the site, click through to one of the 1500-plus partner stores (including big names such as Comet and Tesco) and start shopping.
Froggybank gives you 100 per cent of its referral fee, which you can keep for yourself, donate to a good cause or use to offset your carbon footprint. There's also a £2.50 award for referring new friends.Save the earth - by shopping! MSN News, 3 May 2008
Want to indulge in a bit of online shopping and boost your green credentials? New website froggybank lets you do just that.
By shopping for all your favourite from Avon, The Body Shop, Mothercare, La Redoute, or any of the other 1,500 other UK retailers at www.froggybank.co.uk, you can offset the carbon created by your purchase or choose to make a charity donation.80 charities benefit from "green" fundraising website Freshties Charity News
Shoppers can help charity just by doing their normal internet shopping with new consumer website froggybank.co.uk. UK charities are being invited to join 80 charities already receiving donations from shoppers. Froggybank is the UK 's first 100% cashback website that both raises funds for charities, and offsets carbon by buying Carbon Credits.Cashback website receives record number of visitors Bizreport news, 6 July 2008
A British website dedicated to providing consumers with guaranteed maximum cashback offers on Internet purchases has seen a record increase in business."Online shopping to offset 1m tonnes CO2" greenbang news, 16 June 2008
The website is a referral tool for many of the major stored and has just teamed up with the UK 's best rated carbon offsetting company, PURE."Offset a Million Tons of Carbon for free" Environment magazine, May 2008
MORE than 1500 major retailers have partnered with a new website to help UK shoppers one million tons of carbon&.free of cost to consumers."Website offers charities cash from online shoppers" Third Sector, April 2008
WaterAid, the RSPCA and Amnesty International are among 80 organisations that have signed up to www.froggybank.co.uk . The service allows charities to build fundraising pages on the website for free. After that, each charity will earn £2.50 for every supporter who joins froggybank through its site.PURE the Clean Planet Trust Picked to Offset Shoppers' Million Tons of Carbon 16 June 2008
A registered charity which offers the UK's most effective carbon-offset programme has been chosen to benefit from a major project designed to make online shopping greener.
Shoppers log onto the site before making online purchases from 1,500 major retailers as normal.100% of the cashback paid by retailers can be turned into charitable donations that will support PURE. Shoppers can alternatively give the money to another charity, or keep some or all of it for themselves...
Phil Wolski from PURE added: "PURE supports the UK Government Code of Best practice so shoppers can be assured that the emissions reduction projects supported by funds stimulated via froggybank are of exceptional quality". Some of the retailers that sell through the froggybank include Currys, Comet, Marks and Spencer, Tesco, Dell, Avon and Superdrug."Website of the week" Woman's Weekly, June 2008
Mad about shopping? Worried about the environment?
Froggybank is a cashback site which enables you to shop on-line at around 1500 retailers and help to save the planet at the same time. Every purchase earns you a small commission, and its up to you to decide whether to keep the money or donate some or all of it to charity. Retailers involved include The Body Shop, Currys, Mothercare and Tesco.
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