Give the gift of music and do your bit for charity with Fairshare Music giftcards

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Got a music-loving philanthropist on your Christmas gift list? Then why not pop a Fairshare Music giftcard in their stocking?

For every track you buy through Fairshare Music, half the profits go to a charity of your choosing from a list including Amnesty International, British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, Centrepoint, Friends of the Earth, Great Ormond Street Hospital, NSPCC, Oxfam, Sue Ryder Care, Teenage Cancer Trust and WWF.

Giftcards work with the same charity incentive, and can be bought in £5, £10, £15 and £25 forms. With a catalogue of over 16 million tracks to choose from, and with many albums priced at a competitive £5, that’s ample opportunity to both rock out and help out a good cause over the Christmas season.

“The giftcards are a win-win situation – you get to give a great value, feel good gift and the recipient of your gift gets something they actually want, a choice of music from a huge selection of the latest tracks or some of the classics,” said Lee Cannon, Co-founder of Fairshare Music.

“If the millions of people who downloaded music in the last year all downloaded in this way, a huge £6.5 million could have been raised for some really worthwhile causes.”

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Gerald Lynch
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