Children in Need presenter Graham Norton was a surprise visitor to Rotarians who were collecting at City Airport in London on Friday.
The bubbly comedian popped along to lend his support to the London Rotary members as he was on his way to Television Centre for the evening show.
The Rotary clubs of Tower Hamlets and Newham were on duty taking donations from passengers flying into the capital.
Graham was one of the presenters alongside Rotary’s polio ambassador, Ade Adepitan, which saw records set on the night when the televised extravaganza raised £50.6 million.
The five-hour show featured Boyzone taking to the Strictly dance floor and the cast of EastEnders dress up as Disney characters who performed a medley.
Just across the capital, Rotary clubs from across the Thames Valley, were at Heathrow Airport collecting pounds with Pudsey.
It is estimated that Rotary clubs will collect approximately £125,000 for Children in Need during 2018/19, with more funds constantly being counted towards the grand total.
BBC Children in Need is currently supporting over 2,700 projects in the UK, which is helping children and young people to face up to a range of disadvantages.
These include poverty, being disabled or ill, experiencing distress, neglect or trauma.
Pudsey was certainly a busy bear as he found time to visit many Rotary activities across the week. Check out some of the best highlights on social media.
— Brue Valley Rotary (@BrueValleyRT) November 17, 2018
— Ysgol Arberth (@narberthschool) November 19, 2018
Elgin Rotary took part in @ForresRotary Children in Need Quiz. 3 teams from the club competed and 1 team came away as winners. Great quiz night. Lots of money raised #childreninneed #quiz pic.twitter.com/d9vj4xpSCC
— Elgin Rotary Club (@elginrotaryclub) November 17, 2018
School Council are excited to announce that @QES_primary managed to raise £785 for @BBCCiN this year including a sum for The Rotary Club. Our best year yet! Well done everyone! pic.twitter.com/8yftn0rgM5
— QEP School Council (@QEPS_Council) November 19, 2018
Well done to the Rotary Club of Chichester – Chichester Priory, which arranged a collection for Children in Need at Market Cross on Friday! Do you have any Children in Need event snaps you'd like to share? If so, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org https://t.co/wUzF2CATmg pic.twitter.com/1J4eABmhMg
— Chichester Observer (@Chiobserver) November 19, 2018
— Oxford Spires Rotary (@OxfordSpires) November 16, 2018