What's New: Children in Need, Amnesty International, Alder Hey Imagine Appeal

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

A new range of polka-dot iPod, iPhone and laptop covers featuring Pudsey bear have been created to raise money for Children in Need. The charity will receive a £3 donation from the sale of each iPod cover and £6 for each laptop cover sold.

An evening with the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is to be auctioned on eBay for the Greenwich & Bexley Cottage Hospice. The winning bidder will receive two tickets to the Boris Johnson dinner in London on 20 October.

Amnesty International is to raise funds through donations of old mobile phones and inkjet cartridges. The charity will get £5 for every mobile phone donated and £1 for every inkjet cartridge in a new partnership with recycling firm Redeem.

The Alder Hey Imagine Appeal, which raises funds for Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, attracted donations of surplus garments from the public and celebrities for its Clothes Throw event. Actor Elizabeth Hurley and Coleen Rooney, the wife of footballer Wayne Rooney, donated items to the sale, which was held on 28 September.

- Send your fundraising news to Kaye.Wiggins@haymarket.com.

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