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

Breast Cancer Care is asking women to support its Tackled Pink campaign by going to one of six fundraising rugby matches.

As part of the partnership with Premier Rugby, 12 teams will play at venues around the country on 19 and 20 April. Women can buy discounted tickets for £15, with £4.25 going directly to the charity to support people affected by breast cancer. Players in the Saracens team and all referees will wear pink in keeping with the charity logo. Ladies-only lounges and beauty treatments will also be available at various grounds. Rugby tips and venue information are available from www.tackledpink.com. 

The Army Benevolent Fund aims to raise £150,000 with its second World's Biggest Curry Lunch campaign. Supporters cook curries at curry parties in return for donations to the charity. All funds will go towards supporting soldiers and former soldiers in need.

The Devon Air Ambulance Trust will hold its third annual b2b motorcycle ride on 13 July. Tickets for the 65-mile ride cost £10 and the charity hopes to raise more than £5,000.

Clic Sargent is asking mothers to take part in a week of fundraising events for children with cancer. The charity hopes its fourth Yummy Mummy appeal will raise £400,000, bringing the campaign total to £1m. Events will take place from 20 to 28 September.

Dogs for the Disabled is looking for supporters for its third annual sponsored charity trek. Each participant in the April 2009 Great Wall of China Challenge must raise £2,900.

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