We have been tracking which charities are participating in the campaign, here.
Details of Nick Clegg's visit to Weston Park are now up online.
Reuters interviewed CEO Warren Alexander on the campaign.
All the MPs who are taking part can be found here, including Harriet Harman, Eric Pickles and Theresa May.
Thanks to celebrities Michael Aspel and comedian Patrick Monahan who both made donations.
We have received coverage on the campaign in various national newspapers, on ITV, Sky and on the BBC. Local news continues to cover the story, even into June.
Read more news here.
Thanks to St Peter's Hospice for use of their Nailsea shop image in the header.
British Heart Foundation
Angela Barnes - BBC New Comedy Award winner 2011, and woman of really quite excellent hair - took a bag of goodies into her local Brighton BHF shop on Monday 14th May, to support the campaign.
She told us:
"If you're having a clearout, a charity shop is the logical place to take your stuff - your old tat could literally make someone else's day. And while you're there, you've earned enough karma points to justify refilling the new found space in your wardrobe and cupboards with some bargains from the self-same shop. it's the circle of life in action...or something."