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Amazon and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients' Association
You can now select the Q.E.H.K.P.A. as you chosen charity with Amazon.

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon but with the same products, prices and shopping features as Amazon.co.uk. The difference is that when you shop on Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases.

To select the QEHKPA as your chosen charity sign in to smile.amazon.co.uk on your Laptop, Tablet or Mobile. You will be asked to sign into your account. The login and password are the same as your existing Amazon account. You will still see or all your previous purchases on Amazon.

If you do not have an Amazon Account, you will be asked to register.

On your first visit to this site you will need to select a charitable organisation to receive donations from your purchases. To find the QEHKPA enter in the box labelled “Or pick your own charitable organisation” QEHKPA. It will show Walsall EW as the location, that is the KPA address as opposed to the QE address.

If you have a short cut or link to Amazon on your device replace that link with this new AmazonSmile web page, that will ensure when you select amazon you will be on the charity web site.

When you go the Amazon home page you should see under the search bar “Supporting: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients Association”. There is a drop down that will allow you to see how much you have generated. Each time you review an item you should see “Eligible for Donation”, however not all items are eligible.

Should you search for an item outside of the Amazon Web Page you may find the item shows on Amazon but not on the smile version. Sign into that page, add the item to your basket then close that page. Sign in using you AmazonSmile link and purchase the item through the smile web page. The item will be in your basket.

We now have a new Fundraising web page
As MyDonate is closing down in June, we have created our own web page.
The new page will allow anyone to raise funds for the
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients' Association.


All you have to do

When you have decided what you would like to do such as take part in a local Fun Run,
may be a marathon, or any other event that you would want to get sponsored for, go to the next step.

Next step

Please contact the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients' Association and we will send you a form to fill in.
It asks for all the details of the event you wish to undertake.
We will then set up a page on our Fundraisers page which will give all the details about your event and how people can donate to support you.
When you have decided to support us, please email us at QEHKPA@gmail.com and let us know what you would like to do.
We will do the rest.

The information we will need

Your name, address, (this will not be posted on website,) details of the event and why you want to support the K.P.A..
Also where the event will take place and the dates when it starts and finishes.
How much do you hope to raise? A photo of yourself and or about the event would be useful too.
When the page is finalised, we will send a copy to you for approval.
If it is acceptable, it will be posted on our new Fundraisers page.

Finally

We will provide you with a link to that page, so you can tell your friends and family what you are doing and how they can support you.

We will keep you informed about how the funds are coming in as sponsors support you.

We hope you will support us. If you would like further information please contact us via the email address QEHKPA@gmail.com or
contact one of the K.P.A. committee. Details are the on Contact link.

Thank you for your support.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients' Association