The charity has unveiled a festival survival kit, which can be bought at a discounted rate through PayPal Mobile.
The kit, which is being sold for this month's Glastonbury Festival, includes a wind-up torch and disposable wellies. It costs £9.99 plus £3 postage when bought by texting KIT to 64483. Three pounds of the payment is donated to Shelter.
The kit is also available from a new music website, www.summerfestivals covered.com.
The RNLI has teamed up with eBay to support its £10m Train One Save Many appeal. An auction of prizes, including a 'Honda Powerboat' experience day with Bond stunt girl Sarah Donohue, will run from 15 to 25 June. Last year's auction raised £1,000.
The first Great British Duck Race aims to raise £500,000 for a consortium of charities and set a new Guinness record for the world's biggest charity duck race. More than 165,000 plastic ducks will be released into the Thames, near Hampton Court Palace, at 1.30pm on 2 September. It costs £2 to adopt a duck.
The British Heart Foundation aims to raise £1.5m this month through its multichannel annual Help a Heart campaign, which is being fronted by sports presenter Gabby Logan. Heart ribbons are available for £1 each from BHF shops. Corporate partners include fat-grilling machine king George Foreman and Radox.