What's New: Chase Hospice, National Blind Children's Society, Bliss and the Mines Advisory Group

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

Chase Hospice for children will launch its annual Let's Lunch campaign on 1 March. The charity will ask supporters to host meals throughout the month to raise money for families with children who are not expected to reach their 19th birthdays.

The National Blind Children's Society is appealing for 15 company directors and chief executives to take part in an expedition on Peru's Inca Trail to mark the charity's 15th birthday. The treks will last for 10 days and will take place this summer.

Baby charity Bliss has launched a fundraising campaign called Cake a Difference that asks people to bake and sell cupcakes to raise money. It will run a Cake a Difference week from 8 to 14 February and has set up a blog on its website where supporters can discuss their cake sales.

Landmine clearance charity the Mines Advisory Group is encouraging supporters to arrange fundraising wine-tasting events. The campaign, called Wine at Mine, asks people to organise events to which all guests bring a bottle of wine and a donation to the charity.

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