What's New: East Anglian Air Ambulance, Kick for Life, ABF - The Soldiers' Charity and the National Deaf Children's Society

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

A brewery in Suffolk has created a new beer to raise funds for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. The Mill Green Brewery will donate 10p to the charity every time a pint or bottle of the ale, called Lifesaver, is sold. The launch of the new beer marks the charity's 10th anniversary.

Sports charity Kick for Life will receive funds raised from the sale of World Cup charity song We're England Underneath. The song has been recorded by the singer Thomas Spencer Wortley and former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton. The proceeds will support the charity's work in southern Africa.

ABF - The Soldiers' Charity will host a Big Curry event, at which 1,200 people will be served curry in three sittings over two-and-a-half hours. The event will take place at Guildhall, the Lord Mayor's residence in London, on 29 April.

The National Deaf Children's Society is organising a two-day Tough Ness challenge (below), during which participants will hike for 40 miles and cycle for 30 miles to get from Inverness to Fort William. The charity is asking each team of three participants to raise £3,000.

The event starts on 19 June.

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