The Everyone’s Business campaign has been launched by Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity to highlight its work supporting young people as they become adults.
Activity by the Dogs Trust includes the release of 27 online films and a social media push to celebrate adopting rescue dogs.
The charity’s campaign includes activity on social media, including Youtube and Twitter and also reveals how online and face to face bullying is young people’s top concern.
The Malaria Must Die campaign features Peter Capaldi and other celebrities alongside the likes of Gandhi and Nelson Mandela.
The crime reduction charity is using online films on social media to raise awareness of its guarantee around anonymity given to callers.
The national fundraising push between Tesco and three health charities invites the public to upload footage of their dance moves.
Molly Windsor, who won the 2018 Bafta for best actress, is among supporters of child protection charity Safe and Sound.
Youtube released film aims to increase understanding of the treatment of oesophageal cancer.
Austistica has published the animated film during Autism Awareness Week to help people better understand the condition.
The Wildlife Trusts have created a short Wind in the Willows film for social media and cinema release, which aims to encourage people to act to save the UK’s natural environment.