What's new - Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

Canine Partners, the charity that provides assistance dogs for people with disabilities, is launching a range of Christmas Cards.

The range includes eight designs, from pictures of puppies in festive settings to a traditional robin in the snow. Packs can be ordered online; each one contains 10 cards and costs £2.99 excluding postage and packing. Canine Partners is also encouraging supporters to adopt a puppy for £1 a week as a Christmas gift. Recipients will get a puppy pack containing a photo, certificate and soft toy as well as regular updates on the puppy's progress as it is trained to become an assistance dog.

The Evening Standard has launched a charity version of its reward card for readers. The Eros Charity Plus Card enables people to save 25p on the price of the paper. The saving can then be donated online to a charity from a list of 11 partners.

Lifeboat charity the RNLI will receive the proceeds of singer Seth Lakeman's new single, Solomon Browne, about the lifeboat of that name, lost with all hands off the south-west coast in the Penlee disaster of 1981.

Chase Hospice Care for Children is holding two fun runs in Loseley Park, Guildford, on 2 November. Supporters can register online. Entry costs £15 for the 10km event and £10 for the 4km event.

Save the Children is the beneficiary of a campaign to raise £200,000 by the Hilton in the Community Foundation, the charitable arm of Hilton Hotels. Hotel guests will be encouraged to add £1 to all room bills until December.

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