What's New: Raleigh, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Help for Heroes and Dance Umbrella

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

Fundraiser Ricky Munday will attempt to lead the first expedition to climb the three highest peaks in Australasia and Papua province, Indonesian New Guinea. He hopes to raise money for the charity Raleigh, which arranges expeditions and volunteering work for poor and socially excluded young people.

Bingo club operator Buckingham Bingo aims to raise £5,000 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer by donating £1 to the charity for everyone who becomes a fan of the firm on social networking site Facebook. The firm is in the second year of a two-year partnership with the charity. It raised more than £20,000 in 2009.

Help for Heroes will host a rock concert in Camden, north London, to raise funds. The event, Uniforce Live, will be on 7 June and has been organised by a group of supporters whose friends and family members are serving in the armed forces.

The artist Antony Gormley has donated an original drawing to help dance charity Dance Umbrella raise funds for its annual festival. The drawing, called Feeling Material XXI, will be auctioned at Gormley's studio on 30 June.

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

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