Supporting education and related programs for the empowerment
of children, youth and their communities in the Asia Pacific

shop and donate


Shopping via Shopnate is the same as regular online shopping, and it doesn't cost you a cent more.

The more people that register with Shopnate, the more donations raised for Lasallian projects.  

When shopping on your favourite retailer's site via Shopnate, you will see exactly the same website (same selection and pricing), as you would if you had gone directly to the site itself.

HOW DOES IT WORK?  

1. You Shop

     Shop with the same big name brands on Shopnate without paying a cent more.


2. They Donate

     The retailers pay Shopnate a commission and it is given automatically to
      the Lasallian Foundation.


3. Everyone Smiles

     The Foundation now has extra funds to continue our good work and you can feel good.

All you need to do is click on the link below and register “Lasallian Foundation“ as your favourite charity then choose your online shop of choice through the Shopnate site. www.shopnate.com.au/charity/lasallian-foundation

There are hundreds of big name retailers to choose from including David Jones, Coles, Avis, Greys Online, Dan Murphys, Interflora, Booking.com, Booktopia, Uniqlo and many more.  All the shopping you usually do online (clothes, holidays, tech, gifts etc) can be done through Shopnate. Sign up to and start shopping here!

Or watch the video below to see how it all works.

 

 

Why I use Shopnate?

I chose to support the Lasallian Foundation, which promotes education in poor communities in countries such as PNG, Vietnam and Pakistan, with a particular emphasis on the education of girls. Having been a past Director of the Foundation, I know the efforts that are made to keep admin costs low, meaning a greater proportion of my donation goes to the mission.

Shopname is easy to use and with just a few extra clicks when I shop online on my PC or tablet, I can raise much-needed funds for the Foundation when I do my shopping at all my favourite retailers such as Booktopia, Dan Murphys, Cellarmasters, Agora and Kogan.

Steve Molloy