Pelvic Partnership: supporting you with information about Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP)

Armchair fundraising

Kate did her Christmas shopping on Amazon through and the Pelvic Partnership received 1.5% of the £200 she spent – effortless fundraising!

Raise funds from the comfort of your own home

Support us whilst you shop:

  • Shop on-line at retailers such as Amazon, Argos, M&S, John Lewis and many more and a percentage of what you spend will be donated (at no extra cost to you or to us). All you need to do is register with easyfundraising or givingabit which only takes a few minutes to do!

Click here for instructions about how to register with 

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  • eBay for Charity: anyone selling an item on eBay can list an eBay for Charity item and donate a percentage to the Pelvic Partnership.

Click here to see how it works.

Raise funds with Sainsburys 

You can raise 4% for the Pelvic Partnership every time you shop at Sainsbury's by using the prepaid Everyday Shopping Card, click here for more information and to apply for a card.

Other quick and easy ways to help us raise money:

  • Ask for donations for the Pelvic Partnership instead of birthday or anniversary presents.
  • Ask your local school if they can raise money for the Pelvic Partnership at their next event.
  • Ask your employer or your friends and families to ask their employers if they would be willing to donate to our charity or put us forward as their charity of the year.

How to pay in the money you make:

Please complete and follow the instructions on this fundraising form.

Thank you for your support, it really makes a difference.

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Please note, the Pelvic Partnership consists of volunteers who have had Pelvic Girdle Pain and wish to support other women. We aim to pass on information based on research evidence where available. We are not medical professionals and cannot offer medical advice. The Pelvic Partnership takes no responsibility for any action you do or do not take as a result of reading this information.

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