How To Help Fundraise for Us Sell items with Ziffit or eBay for Charity Ziffit Ziffit is an app and website, which enables people to declutter their homes and sell unwanted items to raise funds for charity, via Virgin Money Giving. By using Ziffit, you can donate 100% of the value of your unwanted books, CDs, DVDs and games to support our life-saving work. How does it work? It's really easy to complete a trade, simply use your device's camera to scan the barcodes on your unwanted items. Or, if you are using the Ziffit website, enter the items ISBN or EAN. Once you have entered all of your items, Ziffit will offer you a value for your goods. If you are happy with the amount you can complete the trade. Then, package your items securely, seal the box and use Ziffit's free courier or drop off service. Simply either drop off your items at a local Collect+ store, or if your package is over 5kg, you can use their free DPD courier collection service. Your donation will then be paid to us via a secure payment through our charity account on Virgin Money Giving. If you would like to find out more, the Ziffit app is available to download in the App Store or Google Play Store. Alternatively, you can visit the Ziffit website to declutter and donate the value of your unwanted goods to us! eBay for Charity eBay for Charity is the perfect way to fundraise for us without leaving your own home. So, if you’re thinking of selling goods on eBay, why not consider donating a percentage of the proceeds to Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance? Sellers can choose to donate between 10% and 100% of their final sale price to the Charity. The minimum donation to any charity featured on eBay is £2 per sold item. Your listing will appear with a special charity blue and yellow ribbon beside it, together with our Charity logo and aims. When your item sells, your donation, Gift Aid and an eBay fee donation will be paid directly into our bank account. Once sellers have added their goods for auction, their details are added to the list of current sellers raising money for Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.