Richard Branson's Virgin Unite, the non-profit foundation of the Virgin Group, has joined other leading charities to partner with Fairsharemusic.com, the music download store where the music you buy really does make a difference.

With over 16 million tracks, the hottest new releases and prices starting at 79p per track, Fairsharemusic is not dissimilar from other popular music sites – except that for every download you purchase, it donates half the profit to your chosen charity. The more you download, the more money goes to charity of your choice.

Lee Cannon, Co-founder of Fairsharemusic.com said “We’re delighted to partner with Virgin Unite. At Fairsharemusic.com we’ve make it simple for people to give directly to a cause through something they’re passionate about – you download, we donate. Music is the soundtrack to our lives, so why not use it to improve the lives of others.”

Jean Oelwang, CEO Virgin Unite said “We love the idea of fairsharemusic, an organization that does good and also gives people the chance to enjoy the gift of music. Virgin Unite is committed to ensuring that funds donated give marginalised young people the opportunity for a brighter future.”

Downloads with a difference! Switching to Fairsharemusic for your downloads will make a big difference to Virgin Unite. To find out more about this brilliant new fundraising tool, just click here – the home of Feelgood Downloads.

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