The people of South Tyneside have come up with some fantastic ways of raising money over the years.
We looked into the Gazette archives to find photos of people putting themselves out to help others.
Did you dress as a super hero, spend a day with crazy hair or try a horse ride for charity?
We have those scenes and many more for you to enjoy.
Here are nine of the great ways you have gathered in money in times gone by.
1. Megan's massive challenge in 2014
Megan Crombie took on a massive challenge six years ago. She camped out for five nights, ate only beans and rice, and walked five miles to a relatives house for water to raise money to help people in Africa.
Photo: Stu Norton
2. A flash mob in 2011
Hartlepool Young Carers hit town in a flash mob and staged the dance from Michael Jackson's Thriller video to raise money for their own Christmas party. Were you a part of this fun event nine years ago?
Photo: Picture by Tom Yeoman
3. Young apprentices in 2014
What a talented line-up. St Aidan's CofE Primary School acting headteacher Judith Skirving is pictured with year 6 pupils who took part in an Apprentice style event to raise money for the NSPCC.
Photo: Tim Richardson
4. A busk to remember in 2012
Busker Jeff Butterfield who planned to hitch hike from Hartlepool to Edinburgh to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society.
Photo: FRANK REID