Video. It's a craze that has helped raise millions of pounds for Cancer Research UK, the 'no make-up selfie' where women post bare faced pictures of themselves online and make a donation.
Now Jeanne Marie Ryan, who says she was attacked in a nightclub, has published a shocking photo of her battered face to raise money for victims of sexual abuse and violence.
Kerry Swain went to meet her and also spoke to Natalie Brook from the Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre.
It's the only registered UK charity that takes in abandoned and mistreated goats but Buttercups in Maidstone is at crisis point. So many goats have been taken in that they're full to bursting and desparately in need of people to foster the animals.
David Johns reports, speaking to sanctuary founder Bob Hitch, and volunteer helper Georgina Clements.
Police in Surrey would like help to identify a man caught on CCTV who they believe may be able to assist their investigation into a theft at St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey. A charity box safe was stolen from the hospital chapel.
Several enquiries have been made by officers who now believe the man shown in the CCTV images may be able to help with the investigation. The box was forcibly removed from the chapel wall, which will be costly to repair.
Two women from Kent have just returned from a trip to one of the smallest countries in Africa. They went to The Gambia for a small charity in Sussex which is helping to educate and get healthcare to children.
David Johns reports, speaking to volunteer Jane Barlow and nurse Charlotte Barnett.
Video. If you are a bride-to-be on a budget, and looking for that all important dress, then a charity shop in Dorset may have exactly what you are looking for. Thanks to a mystery donor, there are 100 brand new wedding dresses on sale, worth a whopping £60,000.
But wannabe brides have been snapping them up at a fraction of the price. Kerry Swain reports.
Jodie Dryden, a zoo keeper at Drusillas Park, has raised more than £1000 to help an endangered species she looks after at the zoo in East Sussex.
She arranged a charity quiz to raise funds for the critically endangered Sulawesi black crested macaque.
Over 250 people attended the quiz, which was hosted on the same night in 5 other zoos across the UK, and the total donated was £1243.
A charity fundraiser from Essex has climbed all 1,037 steps inside the Gherkin whilst wearing a 1940s deep diving suit to raise money for charity.
Lloyd Scott MBE wore the 140lbs suit as he climbed 38 floors on Saturday as part of his own Britain's Personal Best challenge.
Lloyd Scott has completed his charity climb up the Gherkin in a deep diving suit in a total time of 2 hours and 53 minutes.
He climbed 38 floors and a total of 1,037 steps in the 10 stone suit - and told ITV London how he felt at the top.
During his climb up the Gherkin today, Lloyd Scott MBE is wearing at 1940s diving suit that weighs 140lbs, or 10 stone.
The antique suit, complete with solid copper helmet, means that the cumulative weight Lloyd will lift during his climb is 66 metric tons.
It's not the first time Lloyd has been seen in one of these suits however. He's completed a number of marathons in one, including the London Marathon in 2002 when he broke the record for the slowest time, taking almost six days to complete it.
He was also the first person to complete the 2012 Olympic Marathon Route, again wearing one of the suits. He was barred from competing in the actual race as it was ruled that competitors have to finish on the same day the race starts.
Sue Ryder, which runs the Duchess of Kent Hospice in Reading, has been named the official charity for next year's half marathon. Other organisations that will benefit include the town's homeless charity Launchpad and PACT which supports vulnerable families.