London Marathon runners will now be well into their training and fundraising for their chosen charities for the annual run on Sunday April 24.
If you're still looking to add to your fundraising total or you want to find some fun ways to break up your training routine, there are lots of ways to increase your total donations.
Check out our list of fun fundraising activities that will have the donations come pouring in... Why not try a few out and see if you can raise some more cash for your worthy charity?
Host an afternoon tea party and ask friends to donate a small amount
Whether you do it at work, home or a local venue, we are a nation of tea drinkers and so these events will always prove popular with your friends and family.
Get the cake stand at the ready, make a load of cakes and charge £5 for your friends to come in and have an afternoon of indulgence!
Hold a cake sale at work
Make like Mary Berry and bake your way to fundraising success.
Whether you run the event at work, school or your home, be sure to find out about any specialist diets first to maximise sales! People with vegan or gluten-free diets will be very appreciative to have a treat that caters to their needs.
Organise a five-a-side football match and ask friends to donate their match fee
Even if you don't score, this is one match that guarantees you'll make a difference in 90 minutes.
Raise funds by charging a player fee and why not let spectators donate to take part in a penalty shoot out at the end of the match?
Warm up your vocal chords and host a karaoke night
Time to stretch the vocal cords and get ready for a night of karaoke, love it or hate it, it's a great way to raise money.
Why not charge 50p a song, and do a big group number at the end of the night?
Hold a sweepstake, with colleagues guessing your time
If you want a way to fundraise fast, a sweepstake could be the perfect way for you to raise money.
Keep your training on the down low and nobody will know if you're fast or slow - make your colleagues guess your time, from two hours to six. Whoever has the winning answer gets a prize and you donate the money raised.
Cook a meal for friends and raise some money with 'tips'
An event which can be hosted all year round, a dinner party can be adapted to appeal to most people, and it's a great way to bring your family and friends together.
Our top tip: Pick a theme. You could focus around the origins of the food you serve or go theme first, food second and serve dishes from your favourite film.
Organise a disco night and donate the profits
You don't need access to a ballroom and moves fit for Strictly Come Dancing to host a disco (but if you do, that's great). You just need space and music to move to, and of course, a bunch of fun-loving friends.
Charge £10 to get in and boogie all night for a good cause!
If you have children, get the little ones to design some Easter cards or other craft things that are easy to make, then sell them to your family and friends... They'll love the handmade designs and it's a cute way to spend some down time.
Throw an Easter party
With school holiday and a long bank holiday weekend away from work, Easter is a great time to fundraise.
You'll have more time to plan the activity and people are more likely to have the time to support you.
There are lots of low cost ways to raise money at an Easter party... from the more obvious Easter egg hunt to a Easter bunny hop race (ears at the ready!)
For more information about the race, visit our London Marathon homepage.