Commercial partners

Our commercial partners donate funds when particular products or services are sold.


AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Marie Curie every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at, you’ll find the exact same shopping experience as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price to your selected charity.
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Cards for Good Causes

Cards for Good Causes sells cards on behalf of more than 300 national and local charities. It is a national network of around 300 charity Christmas card shops, throughout the country. Cards for Good Causes sells charity Christmas cards from temporary shops set up in sites such as churches and libraries.
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Selling with eBay for Charity

Registered eBay sellers can donate a percentage of a sale directly to Marie Curie. You decide exactly what percentage of your final selling price you'd like to give to charity and what percentage you'd like for yourself. Just choose us as your favourite.
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The Festive Collection

A range of over 200 stunning personalised Christmas cards for businesses. When you purchase a card from the Festive Collection, you can choose to have 5p per card donated to Marie Curie.
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Gardman Wild Bird Care has partnered with Marie Curie to help raise £200,000 with the launch of an official Daffodil Bird Feeder and charity Wild Bird Seed Blend.
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Give as you Live

Shop with all your favourite stores and Give as you Live will donate to Marie Curie, with no extra cost to you.
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Support Marie Curie by donating your unwanted IT equipment. We've teamed up with RDC, Europe's largest computer recycling organisation, which will collect computers, laptops, tablets and phones, raising funds for Marie Curie.
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Sytner Group has been supporting Marie Curie since 2012. They have done this by sponsoring various events in Scotland.
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Tayto are giving 5p from every sharing pack of crisps to Marie Curie, which will provide care to the terminally ill in Northern Ireland.
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