What's New: Save the Children, Association for International Cancer Research, the National Autistic Society

Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

Save the Children has unveiled its new range of Christmas gifts and cards.

They will be sold in the charity's 123 high street shops and on its website. It has also set up a 'wish list' of online gifts that will be given to those in need.

The Association for International Cancer Research will launch a campaign featuring an image of a naked female bottom in an attempt to raise funds from the over-60s to support bowel cancer research. The campaign, which consists of online advertisements and 100,000 direct mail packs, aims to overcome the embarrassment that surrounds bowel cancer.

The National Autistic Society has launched a new online campaign called Don't Write Me Off. The campaign will encourage people to write to their MPs asking them to ensure that adults with autism can receive support if they are seeking employment, or are financially supported if they cannot work.


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