What's New: RSPCA, Woodland Trust and Help a London Child

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

The RSPCA will receive £1 from gaming website Jackpotjoy for every person who buys four tickets to play an RSPCA-themed bingo game on the site during RSPCA week, which runs from 26 April to 2 May.

Disney Store UK will donate £1 to the Woodland Trust for every Earth Day shopping bag it sells, and £2 for every Earth Day pin badge it sells. The store raised more than £165,000 for the Woodland Trust last year, through sales of the bag and through a 1p donation from the sale of every plastic carrier bag.

Chelsea Football Club will hold a football tournament on 19 May at its Stamford Bridge ground in west London to raise money for Help a London Child. Up to 16 teams will take part, in return for a £4,000 donation to the charity.

Cornwall Wildlife Trust has invited its business supporters to spend a day on St George's Island, off the town of Looe in Cornwall. The island was bequeathed to the charity in 2004. Firms will be charged £600 to book an 'island day', during which staff will carry out wildlife conservation work at the island's nature reserve.

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

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