How it works
Sell your 2nd hand items and donate a % of the sale price to your favourite cause. You choose the % and you choose the cause! It's the new way to help out with the things you don't need..... the modern day op shop with a twist.
Or just go shopping!
We are a self funded Aussie initiative. Our aim is to create a marketplace where it's cheap and easy for Australians to support each other and feel good. We appreciate your help and patience in getting the Charitizer movement started.
1)Select the charity or cause that you want to support
2)Choose how much of the sale price to donate
3)List your item
When the item sells you can either post it or the buyer collects. After you agree it was a great transaction the funds are released. You get your % of the sale price. The cause gets theirs. And everybody feels great. It's all really visible in the Charitizer wallet!
When you purchase from an individual on Charitizer you'll help out THEIR selected cause. You can still see the difference you've made on your 'Charitized' amount and achievements. You can also purchase direct from the charities own stores. Things like donated goods and supporter merchandise.
When you purchase from retailers a % of the price will go to YOUR cause. You can see how much they've agreed to donate on the product page. On Charitizer you can use the power of your purchase for what you believe in!
Do you have a great community based initiative that needs funds, have a friend in need, want to raise money for an emergency... or anything else? You don't have to be a charity to create a Charitizer cause! Simply select the 'Cause' button on the home page and visit the 'Create Cause' section.
Everything is really transparent on Charitizer. You can see how much you've raised and who you support, share achievements with your friends and see what the funds are being used for with updates from the causes. Plus you'll go up in rankings when you Charitize more!
What do you stand for? The environment? Animals? Human rights? Get Charitizing and be the change you want to see... it starts here.
^Registered charity donations*1.75% transaction fee.