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We all seem to have too much stuff these days, but did you know some of yours could help Jewish Child’s Day?

Next time you are selling things on eBay consider eBay for Charity.

eBay Charity listings are the same as any other eBay listing, except for the blue and yellow eBay for Charity ribbon which appears in search results. This means your listing can be easily identified as a charity auction by everyone who searches through eBay and it also gets extra visibility through the eBay for Charity pages.

Every time you list an item for charity, you’ll get a fee credit on your basic insertion and final value fees equal to the percentage you donate. So if you donate 50% of your selling price to a charity, eBay will waive 50% of your fees.

You decide exactly what percentage of your final selling price you’d like to donate to charity and what percentage you’d like to keep. When you chose Jewish Child’s Day as your nominated charity our mission statement and logo will also appear in your listing.

It’s a different way to make a donation to us, but it can still qualify for Gift Aid. Using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, Jewish Child’s Day will receive an extra 28p from the government, making your donation go a little bit further. If you’re a UK tax payer simply tick the Gift Aid box when you first list an item for charity. MissionFish will collect the Gift Aid from the government and pass it on to us. It’s that simple.

CLICK HERE to find out more about eBay for charity