£22.5m raised by eBay for Charity UK in 2018

Melanie May | 8 January 2019 | News

Figures released by eBay.co.uk reveal that eBay for Charity UK raised £22.5m last year: equating to £60,000 per day, or £2,500 an hour. 

eBay for Charity UK has been running since 2005 and is now the second largest charity programme for the company globally.

It has revealed a list of facts and figures on how people in the UK fundraised and donated in 2018, including:


 
Other big campaigns included:


 

 


 
Looking forward, in 2019, eBay.co.uk has announced that it is planning activity to support International Women’s Day and Pride.

Head of Trading for eBay UK Murray Lambell said:

“Connecting non-profits with our big-hearted eBay users has paid dividends for both charities and our community in 2018.  The growth in the eBay for Charity program in the UK demonstrates the benefits for both charities seeking to reach new audiences and diversify their traditional charity shop model by tapping in to our trusted marketplace model and for shoppers seeking the gifts and experiences that will give back. 2019 is already shaping up to be exciting for us as we look to reach £150M in funds raised by the end of the year.”

 
Main image: Henry Holland t-shirt

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