- Do you use eBay to sell goods for a charity?
- Are you a charity that uses eBay to fundraise?
- Would you be able to offer some hints and tips to a local charity?
- Or would your charity also like some help with eBay for Charity?
If so, we’d like you to get in touch with us to see if we can support one another.
A Dudley charity, St John’s Church Preservation Group, has got in touch with us to see if they can get some help with using eBay for selling donated goods.
St John’s Church Preservation Group would like to start using the platform to raise money to restore and maintain St John’s Church in Kates Hill for heritage and the community. The charity would like a little a help getting started. Deb Brownlee, trustee at St John’s Preservation Trust said: “We’d appreciate any knowledge sharing in terms of setting up an eBay shop or just straightforward selling on eBay for Charity.”
Perhaps a person or charity who already uses eBay for fundraising could offer some hints and tips. If you think you might be able to help, please get in touch with Becky at Dudley CVS on firstname.lastname@example.org and we can link you up.
Alternatively, if your charity would also like help using eBay for Charity, please get in touch and we can try to link you up with any help too.