What's New: Christian Aid, Disability North, Movember

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

- Christian Aid has launched a comic book called Ctrl.Alt Shift Unmasks Corruption as part of its Ctrl.Alt.Shift youth campaign. The book will be sold online to raise funds for projects that expose corruption. The charity hopes to sell 5,000 copies at £4.99 each. The launch of the book is part of a series of initiatives to raise awareness of corruption as a cause of poverty.

- Disability North will run a new fundraising rowing challenge called Take on the Tyne in April. Thirty teams of 10 people will tackle a 200-metre course on the river in Newburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Registration will be £10 per person and it will cost £500 to sponsor a team.

- Online whisky merchant Master of Malt has launched a new 11-year-old Orkney malt whisky to support charity event Movember, which raises funds for and awareness of men's health issues. Whisky 4 Movember is available with five different labels, each featuring a famous style of moustache. The Movember event, which takes place every November, involves men getting sponsorship to grow facial hair.

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