You can now sell items on your own eBay site and donate an amount to Yorkshire's Brain Tumour Charity!

You can now make a donation from the sale of your items to YBTC on eBay. If you have any queries please call us on 0113 340 0111 or email info@yorksbtc.org.uk.

We also have a video that shows you how easy it is to support YBTC through eBay selling:

More information from eBay:

Selling to benefit charitable organisations

eBay for Charity has partnered with the PayPal Giving Fund to make it easy for sellers to donate some or all of the proceeds from eBay listings to their favourite charities.

Sellers have two options when listing items to benefit charities on eBay:

  • Community Selling: Donate up to 100% of your final sales price to support your chosen charities. You can customise the donation percentage and the charity you want to support for each individual listing. Minimum donation amount is 10%, or 1% for eBay Motors listings.

  • Direct Selling: You can associate an eBay username with a specific charity. All sales associated with this username are considered Direct Selling for the charity, and 100% of selling proceeds will benefit that named nonprofit.

When your item sells, you don’t have to do anything. Three weeks after the sale, PayPal Giving Fund will automatically collect the donation from you.

When you designate a charity in your listings, the organisation’s logo and description will appear in your listing description, and the charity is notified that the listing has been created. The organisation can request to have the listing cancelled if they prefer not to be associated with the listing.

There are some category restrictions for charity listings. For example, you can't list eBay for Charity items in the Adult Only or Real Estate categories, and you can't list items that aren’t allowed on eBay. See our article on prohibited and restricted items for more details.

Charitable fundraising is a highly regulated area, so be sure to read our charity and fundraising policy for specific guidelines on listing items that benefit charitable organisations.

Fees and fee credits for charity listings

Sellers pay standard insertion and final value fees for eBay for Charity listings. However, when your item sells, you’ll receive a fee credit for the insertion fee and final value fee that is prorated to the percentage of the final sales price that you have chosen to donate. For example, if you donate 30% of the final sales price to your chosen charity, you’ll receive a credit for 30% of the combined insertion and final value fees charged. Listing upgrade fees and PayPal fees still apply and do not qualify for credit.

See eBay for Charity – For Sellers for more information about selling to benefit charities.

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