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

Centrepoint, the youth homelessness charity, is appealing to fashion-conscious supporters to buy a new T-shirt from high street retailer H&M to raise funds for its work.

The Swedish clothing company held a competition with London's XFM radio station to find a T-shirt design that captured the spirit of the London borough of Camden, and chose to donate the proceeds of its sale to Centrepoint. The winning design has been printed on 1,000 T-shirts for men and women and is available in Divided, H&M's new concept store in Camden, priced at £4.99. All proceeds go towards the charity's work in London.

The PDSA is launching a new pay-as-you-go SIM card in partnership with Nomi Mobile. The charity receives £1.50 of every £5 top-up purchased and 10 per cent of all call charges.

Demelza, the children's hospice care organisation, will benefit from a sponsored cycle ride by Dominic Barnes, vice-president of Credit Suisse. He hopes to raise £2,500 by cycling the 100-mile 10th stage of the Tour de France two days before the professionals.

Macmillan Cancer Support will receive 20 pence for every vote cast in the 2008 Nationwide Building Society annual AGM. The society hopes to raise £250,000 for its flagship charity.

The UN children's organisation Unicef is organising a Himalayan trek for supporters to raise funds for children in Nepal. Participants must raise sponsorship of £3,150 and pay a deposit of £275 to secure a place.

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