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

The Prostate Cancer Charity is launching its new flagship fundraising event this week with the aim of raising more than £1m.

The Real Man Cycling Challenge 2008, which the charity says is the first closed-road corporate cycling event in London, will cover a 34km route starting and ending at the ExCel conference centre in the Docklands area of the capital. The charity hopes 2,000 people in 500 teams of four will take part in the event, which is designed to raise awareness of prostate cancer and funding for research and campaigns. The event will take place on Sunday 14 September. Registration opens on 7 May.

The Lighthouse Project, the support and counselling charity, is sending four of its staff on a 10-day sponsored challenge to raise £100,000. From 12 May, the team will visit 50 lighthouses on the coast of England and Wales.

The Devon Air Ambulance Trust is asking supporters to join its fundraising golf tournament on 24 July. Team entry costs £16. The funds raised will contribute to the £2.2m needed to run the trust's air ambulances.

Aspire and Children with Leukaemia are set to benefit from the fundraising efforts of two amateur cyclists, who aim to raise £10,000 by riding from Land's End to John O'Groats in seven days. The pair will set out on 24 May.

The Prince's Trust will benefit from a golf tournament organised by IT firm Capgemini. Five regional matches will take place across the country before the final in June at the Belfry Golf Club in Warwickshire.

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