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Goodbye Virgin Money Giving, Hello Just Giving
October 2021

For many years Nasio has partnered with Virgin Money Giving to accept donations and for our supporters to set up fundraising campaign pages. In November 2021 – Virgin Money Giving will close forever.

We’re asking anyone that has a fundraising page with Virgin Money to set up a new one with our new charity partner Just Giving.

What happens to the money I have raised with Virgin?

Don’t worry, any funds you have raised for Nasio with VMG will be disbursed to us as normal. When you set up your Just Giving page, you should have an option to add in funds raised through other channels so you start off with the right total amount.

How do I create a Just Giving page for my fundraising?

Creating a fundraising page with Just Giving is very simple – they offer full instructions here .

What if I am having problems getting set up?

We’re here to help, please get in touch with us at webmaster@nullthenasiotrust.org and we’ll help you get sorted.

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