Buy anything through Amazon through the link below and they will donate 6% of the total cost of your goods to VSO. And it won’t cost you a penny extra on your purchases.
It’s so easy, 6% of whatever you spend will be donated to VSO to fund projects around the world at no cost to you. Imagine how much that could total to a year? Just by shopping online.
Amazon.co.uk is an online retailer famous for the competitive prices they offer on millions of high street brands. Their website also has a variety of resources including product comparisons and customer recommendations, enabling customers to make the best choice.
With Amazon you can buy everything from books and CDs to walking gear and camping equipment, iPods and digital cameras to computer accessories. They also have a wide range of books written by VSO returned volunteers. So if you're buying the essentials for your travels, birthday present or a treat for yourself, buy through the link below and VSO will receive 6% of the cost of your goods.
Books by Returned Volunteers
by Emily Joy
Recounts the experiences of a VSO doctor in Sierra Leone. 'Very down to earth, very funny, very human' – Yorkshire Evening Post
by Anthony Lovat
Whether losing a sheep's head during a dissection lesson because the students want to "make soup" or hearing from science teachers how Indian footballers were banned by FIFA for using juju magic to trick the opposition, Anthony fondly describes in hilarious detail experiences that are as unpredictable as they are fascinating.
All money collected through the selling of this e-book will go straight to support the street children of Bolgatanga, Ghana
by Anne Thomson
"Having lived in Ndola and got to know Anne while she was there, this is a warm reminiscence of time spent in this extraordinary country with these amazing people: The Zambians, the VSO, other ex-pats. The place gets under your skin, and I think Anne's writing conveys a real sense of the place we knew so well."
by Philip Ells
Living in London, working for a high-pressure legal firm, Philips Ells realised that he was on a career treadmill. The lure of 'doing something better' led him to seek work abroad with VSO. This is the story of his two years as the People's Lawyer for the little tropical island of Tuvalu. 'His voluntary work for VSO, and this highly entertaining book he has written about it, deserve full marks' - The Times.