Plus Chas Hodges, Sir Trevor McDonald, Olly Murs, The Wanted, Michael Barrymore, Gareth Chilcott and Serge Betsen
- The singer and Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon was at the launch event for a cycle ride from London to Brighton. Participants are raising money for Norwood, which works with people who have learning disabilities, and the Down's Syndrome Association. Dixon, whose brother has cerebral palsy, said: "The LA Fitness Capital to Coast bike ride is something very special - 2,000 riders cycling in aid of two amazing charities." The Channel 5 news presenter Matt Barbet will take part in the ride, which takes place on 1 July.
- The singer Chas Hodges - half of Chas and Dave - has teamed up with some of the world's top darts players to record a song that will raise funds for Haven House Children's Hospice in Woodford Green, Essex. "I hope it's a great success, because it will help to support a great cause," he said.
- The newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald, president of the youth homelessness charity Depaul UK, helped to launch a new report by the charity on young homeless people's health needs. The report, Making It Matter: Improving the Health of Young Homeless People, was launched to MPs, policymakers and young people. "Homelessness is out of joint with the times we live in," he said.
- The singer and presenter Olly Murs has donated £5,000 to the children's disability charity Brainwave after raising only 50p for it when taking part in the Channel 4 television show Celebrity Deal or No Deal. Murs is also a patron of the charity.
- The boyband The Wanted, the presenter and comedian Michael Barrymore and the former rugby union players Gareth Chilcott and Serge Betsen were among the famous names who attended the iExplore Ball in London, which raised money for Street Child World Cup. The charity, which campaigns for the rights of children across the world who live and work on the streets every day, received £70,000 from the event.