Every search you make will now raise funds for:

OCD-UK

Completed Searches:
40,024
Amount Raised:
£222.90
Statistics are updated weekly (why?) Last updated: 17th October

We don't receive reports from our search engine partners daily, so it can take up to 2 weeks between searches being made and showing in the statistics.

The statistics were last updated on 17th October for all completed searches made up to and including 12th October.

OCD-UK is the leading national charity, independently working with and for people with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Listed amongst the top 10 most debilitating illnesses by the World Health Organisation in terms of loss of income and decreased quality of life,
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is thought to affect 2-3% of the UK population. OCD-UK aims to improve awareness of the condition both amongst the general public and within the medical community, with the long term aim of
campaigning to ensure that every sufferer receives the quality of treatment they deserve. We also facilitate a safe environment for people affected by OCD to communicate with each other and provide mutual understanding and support.


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By using easysearch instead of Google or any other search engine, you can make a real difference. easysearch is completely FREE and by making just 10 searches a day, you could raise around £20 a year for to your chosen cause.

As well as raising funds, easysearch also gives you the best search results available on web. Today, the Internet is so big that different search engines will often deliver different results for the same search. So, by combining the strengths of several search engines together - Yahoo!, MIVA, and many more - you get the very best results in terms of accuracy and relevance, which means you'll find what you're looking for quickly and easily every time - all in one 'easy' search!

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