Linda Cameron, who has already raised £17,000 for various good causes in recent years, will give a cash boost to the children’s unit at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI).
Mrs Cameron, of Hebburn, takes daily medication for several health issues, including Crohn’s Disease and arthritis.
But she dedicates much of her spare time to boosting local good causes.
As part of her latest charity effort, Mrs Cameron has received VIP gifts from various stars and TV personalities, from Sir Elton John to South Tyneside singing star Joe McElderry. All the items will be raffled in aid of the children’s heart unit at a charity night at High Lane Social Club, High Lane Row, Hebburn, on Saturday, June 23 at 7pm.
Mrs Cameron said: “I have had some fantastic gifts donated after writing off to various stars.
“These include signed photographs from Sir Elton John, Joe McElderry, Ant and Dec, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
“Plus, Phil Collins sent a signed copy of his latest album and Barbour gave me a voucher for a jacket.”
Mrs Cameron has previously raised cash in support of her grandson, Christopher Cameron, who battles blindness, autism and a bone condition