The youth organisation is using digital channels including Youtube and Twitter to encourage people to help run its 300 UK wide groups.
A total of 90 charities will be competing across eight categories in the annual Charity Film Awards following 40,000 votes from the public.
The Paget’s Association is leading online activity to promote the inaugural International Paget’s Awareness Day.
The UN’s refugee agency is urging people to use their fitness apps to help raise awareness of the plight of refugees and funds for support services.
The charity United Response has created the YouTube series to promote healthy eating among those with learning disabilities, autism and Downs syndrome.
The ‘YuleTubers’ are stars of ‘unboxing’ videos and are keen to give the Salvation Army’s Christmas present campaign a higher profile among their young audience.
Footage of homeless people in London during last winter is featured to encourage the public to help fund the Salvation Army’s support projects.
Children’s hospice charity Demelza has enlisted long time supporter Daniel Radcliffe to narrate an online fundraising appeal focused around commonly used social media hashtags.
The charity is using text donations and YouTube to raise awareness and funds for its work to support people who feel lonely.
The series of videos by Right to Play focuses on the real life stories of children escaping oppression and war.