Leap Anywhere – the home of doing good, having fun and getting rewarded – is the place to go if you are looking for charity events around the world.

With the help of 350+ charity partners, Leap Anywhere searches night and day to find and recommend fun, hassle-free charity events and volunteering activities in your area, for you to attend, support and enjoy.

So how does it work? Like this: Just pick an event you’d like to attend, invite friends to join you (via Facebook and Twitter), keep an eye on what causes your friends are supporting, and get rewarded multitudinously for doing good.

For example, a quick look at the site reveals that tonight – in London – a huge range of drawings by some big celebrities will be on display at the Celebrity Journeys Exhibition at The Music Room in Mayfair. The drawings are currently going under the hammer in an online auction for Action for Children, a children’s charity that supports and speaks out for the UK’s most vulnerable and neglected children and young people. Up for auction are drawings by Lily Allen, Gemma Arterton, Robbie Coltrane, Ronnie Corbett, Fearne Cotton, Ben Elton, Ranulph Fiennes, Penny Lancaster, Joanna Lumley, Yoko Ono, Rod Stewart and many more.

To view the online auction, which ends on July 15, click here. To find out more about the exhibition, visit Leap Anywhere.

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