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

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity is to receive all the proceeds from the sale of goods donated to communications agency Exposure.

Kate Moss's Levi's
Kate Moss's Levi's

The firm is running a small shop called Ex Owned in Little Portland Street, central London, over the Christmas period, selling items donated by staff, friends and celebrities.

Goods already donated include artwork, memorabilia such as an England rugby shirt signed by the team, limited-edition CDs and five pairs of Levi's with gold leaf trim, one pair previously worn by model Kate Moss. Exposure hopes to raise £25,000 for the charity. The store is open until 22 December.

Unicef and Save the Children will get £1 from each soft toy sold in 17 Ikea stores in the UK until 23 December. It's part of a global campaign to raise £5m to fund 16 education projects in 14 countries.

Megan Baker House, the charity that provides education services for children with motor disabilities, is holding a comedy evening with its patron, Jo Brand, on 27 February 2009. Tickets cost £30 and include dinner.

BCHA, the Bournemouth housing and social care charity, has launched a 12-month calendar of fundraising events to mark its 40th anniversary. Supporters can participate in challenges such as trekking the Sahara and parachute jumping.

WaterAid highlighted World Toilet Day, held last week, by asking supporters to "buy a bog". A £46 donation will provide training for a community to build and maintain suitable latrines.

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