Migrant aid: A Lincoln businesswoman is leading a fundraising mission to help migrants camping in Calais.
Tuesday, August 25
Thursday, August 20
Charity auction: There’s still time to bid on a vintage leisure boat, donated to a Lincolnshire end-of-life charity.
Wednesday, August 19
Personal tribute: A brave Lincoln man will take part in a charity skydive in memory of his wife who died from a rare form of cancer.
Sunday, August 16
Pedal power: Cyclists are being urged to get in the saddle next month in aid of Lincolnshire first responder charity LIVES.
Friday, August 14
Cycling challenge: A family from Lincoln are embarking on an ambitious coast to coast cycle ride for a cancer charity, with one five-year-old boy hoping to enter the record books.
Friday, August 7
Brave shaver: City of Lincoln Council communications officer Julie Lea bravely chopped off her hair, raising hundreds of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support on August 7.
Happy ending: After an appeal to find the writer of a touching letter was shared by thousands, a Lincoln slimmer has been reunited with his admirer.
Wednesday, August 5
Signed prints: A series of iconic prints are being sold by a Lincolnshire fundraising team to help local causes including the International Bomber Command Centre on Canwick Hill.
Monday, August 3
Adie’s cause: Lincoln businessman Ross Taylor has completed a gruelling 140-mile-long challenge after being inspired by a friend who suffers with MND.
Big-hearted commitment: A Lincoln football team set up in memory of a friend who died from Leukaemia has received a surprise donation from American television star Adam Richman.
Friday, July 31
Getting wiggy with it: Have you spotted Lincolnshire Co-op staff in their colourful wigs for charity? Get wiggy with it and share your pictures with us!
Monday, July 27
Combating loneliness: The Age UK charity in Lincoln has received a donation of £5,500 to bridge the loneliness gap for older people in the city.
Thursday, July 23
Dementia care: Three Lincoln care homes have been recognised for their excellent support services for people with dementia and their families.
Saturday, July 18
Watch the video: Crowds gathered in Lincoln as Dave Johnson and Craig Collins shifted a fire truck and an Audi A4 for charity.
Monday, July 13
You won’t believe your eyes: Staff at the Lincoln Morrisons Specsavers are on a mission to complete a 874-mile cycle to raise money for the Special Baby Care Unit at Lincoln County Hospital.