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Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns

Stonewall, the gay and lesbian equality charity, is asking supporters to help raise £150,000 to fund a DVD to combat homophobic bullying in schools.

The charity aims to distribute the digital recording of the anti-bullying play FIT (above), which was performed in 2007 to audiences of 20,000 schoolchildren nationwide.

The British Skin Foundation has added two events to its fundraising calendar. The first is a sponsored cycle ride from London to Paris in late September. It is also asking supporters to organise barbecues or garden parties over the summer and encourage guests to make donations to the organisation.

The Douglas Macmillan Hospice is selling tickets for its annual summer prize draw, which raised £64,000 last year. Prizes of up to £5,000 are on offer and tickets cost £1.

Have a Heart, the new charity of radio station Heart 106.2 that helps disadvantaged children, is asking supporters to sign up for its first event, Trek China 2010. The trip will involve trekking along the Great Wall of China and participants will be asked to raise a minimum of £2,850 each.

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