Support Charities

At Give or Take we offer you the opportunity to donate your accumulated cashback to a charitable cause.If you do this we will not make a single deduction, and the gesture would be greatly appreciated. Should you decide to 'Give' we have provided a detailed list to help you choose a charity.


We are a charity which aims to improve the quality of life for older people on low incomes. By offering a select range of free practical services to encourage independent living in old age. These services are: -Emergency Alarms -Pain Relief Machines -Breaks-Away Go to charity »

Nuru Fund

The Nuru Fund aims to make use of a free resource rural communities in East Africa do have – the sun. It offers small customised loans that allow the opportunity for rural households to purchase solar powered lamps with the capability to also charge mobile phones. Our vision is to help remove dependence on kerosene in the most rural communities in East Africa, by making solar power affordable. Go to charity »

Park Farm Animal Sanctuary

Park Farm Animal Sanctuary provides a sanctuary for life for animals that are unable to be re-homed due to old age, ill health or past trauma or abuse. Home to a wide variety of animals from gerbils, to cats, dogs, livestock and horses. Go to charity »

Plan International (UK)

Plan works with some of the world's poorest children. We sit down with them and their communities to plan practical solutions to their problems. Together we build schools and health clinics, drill wells, train health workers and help families support themselves. A gift to Plan will help change lives for good. Go to charity »

Practical Action

Practical Action aims to demonstrate and recommend sustainable technology to reduce poverty in developing countries. The tools may be simple or sophisticated, but to provide long-term, appropriate answers, they must be firmly in the hands of local people who shape the technology and control it for themselves Go to charity »

Project African Wilderness

PAW is an organisation formed to protect and restore the Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve in Southern Malawi. Its aim is to work with local people and the Government of Malawi and integrate social, economic and environmental solutions to create a sustainable future for the reserve and improve local community livelihoods Go to charity »

Pseudomyxoma Survivor

Pseudomyxoma Survivor, the home of the support network for survivors and carers of Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (PMP).

Our support network offers emotional encouragement and a community where fellow patients and care givers can collaborate online. This allows us to share our stories, enforcing the fact that we are not alone in this fight, as well as further the growing online PMP community. The community has already proven an invaluable source of strength to so many survivors of this rare disease.

We now have an online support network of over 500 people easily contacted through this site and through our online community, all completely free of charge with no subscriptions. Although this web site is UK-based, we have fellow survivors WORLDWIDE in our support forum.

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1 in 4 people are affected by mental illness every year in the UK and Rethink are working to help everyone affected recover a better quality of life. We help over 48,000 people every year and our aim is to make a practical and positive difference through effective services, information and support to all those who need us. We carry out research which informs both our own and national mental health policy and actively campaign for change through awareness and understanding. We urgently need more funds to continue our lifesaving work and to help all those who are and will be affected by severe mental illness this year and in years to come. To find out more about Rethink, please visit our website. Thank you. Go to charity »

Richard House Children's Hospice

Richard House was London's first Children's Hospice when it opened its doors in 2002. Since then it has provided care for over 500 children who suffer from life-limiting or threatening conditions. We need to raise £1.8million each year in voluntary donations to continue supporting children and their families from the diverse communities in and around London. Go to charity »


RNID works to change the world for the UK's 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people. The RNID fund diverse programmes, from running a free information line and employment service, campaigning for hearing screening for babies, to conducting research into age-related hearing loss. Go to charity »

Royal National Institute for the Blind

RNIB is the UK's leading charity helping anyone with a sight problem. We work to empower blind and partially sighted people of all ages and remove the barriers they face. We also work to prevent unnecessary sight loss. Your support helps us rebuild lives devastated by sight loss. Go to charity »

Safe Haven for Donkeys in the Holy Land

Safe Haven provides a unique Sanctuary for abused and abandoned donkeys on both sides of the Palestinian border. They also offer free vet clinics, and work to reduce cruelty to donkeys across the region. Their work is funded entirely by donations. Go to charity »

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