3 simple steps
to get Savoo to give money to INF
- Register for FREE and choose International Nepal Fellowship as your charity.
- Use the web search [powered by Bing] and Savoo will donate a penny to us for each search you do.
- Shop and save with over 2,000 retailers like Amazon, Sainsbury's and New Look, and Savoo will donate to INF at no extra cost to you.
Register to Search, Save and Donate to INF HERE
Once you've registered, you'll be able to keep track of how much money INF is getting as a result of your personal searching and saving.
Announcing a new way to raise money for INF
We’re excited to announce Savoo Search, Save and Raise as our new fundraising partner. And we’d like to introduce you to this innovative way of donating.
Searching to raise money
Simply use Savoo Search as your default search engine [the same way as you would use Google, Bing or any other search engine] and Savoo will donate 1p for every search.
Saving to raise money
If you’re looking to do some online shopping and want to get a great deal, Savoo has thousands of voucher codes and deals that will help you save money. And they will donate to INF at the same time.
We're launching this just before Black Friday and Christmas so you can get some great deals as you do your seasonal shopping. Whether you're shopping for gifts or festive food, you will be able to save money and donate to INF. And if you're thinking about booking holidays for 2018, you can use Savoo too.
How much does it cost?
If you're wondering how much this new deal is costing INF, the answer is absolutely nothing.
How it works
INF exists to empower Nepal's poorest people and communities through life-changing health and development.
Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world.
In the remotest areas, life can be a hand-to-mouth existence. Traditional farming methods are often unable to supply sufficient food for the whole year.
Medical services are usually not free. In many parts of the country healthcare is extremely limited, and some people continue to look towards traditional ‘healers’ for help. Those living with any kind of disability often face severe discrimination, and leprosy continues to affect people’s lives.