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

Kent Wildlife Trust has launched a new website featuring an online gift shop that sells sponsorship schemes.

Supporters can dedicate a tree to a friend or relative for £15, sponsor a seal for £25 or help protect a dormouse for £15. Visitors to www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk can find out more about the trust's campaigns and events, and enter competitions. Supporters can also complete a wildlife opinion survey and apply to become members of the trust. The charity hopes the new website will encourage people to donate and help supporters to become more involved with its work.

Disability charity the Papworth Trust is holding a competition for supporters to devise fundraising initiatives. From October, teams of three to six people will be asked to come up with campaign ideas costing up to £1,000.

Orchid, the male cancer charity, is launching a new campaign called Checked Out to raise awareness of male cancers. Supporters will be encouraged to donate £1 each for a checked ribbon badge.

The British Association for Adoption and Fostering is holding a ladies designer handbag auction. The event takes place in London on 1 July. Tickets are £30.

Mencap is inviting its female supporters to compete in the Adidas Women's 5km Challenge in London, Liverpool and Birmingham on 7 September. Runners pay £15 to enter, with £5 going direct to the charity. Mencap hopes to raise £5,000 through the event.

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