Those who peruse and buy tickets from the newly created Sport Relief collection, which covers categories such as immersive theatre, fashion and sports, with see at least £1 of their funds donated to the charity.
Users will also be able to access information about and sign up to the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Games, which are to take place form 18-20 March.
Events featured in the collection include London Fashion Weekend, Goosebumps Alive and sporting events such as a London Lions vs Cheshire Phoenix basketball game.
The collection will be available to acess up until the final day of the games.
Rytis Vitkauskas, chief executive and co-founder of YPlan, said: "We are extremely proud to be partnering with such a powerful charitable event this year. Sport Relief brings help to vulnerable people in both the UK and the world’s poorest communities and we are encouraging YPlanners to sign up and support this worthy cause simply from purchasing tickets through our special collection."
Michele Settle, director of UK campaigns and brands at Comic Relief, added: "It’s great to have YPlan on board as a new digital partner for Sport Relief, providing the public with another way to not only sign up to the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Games but donate through the YPlan collection. It couldn’t be easier to get involved, get active, raise cash and change lives."
TfL has also teamed up with Sport Relief this year, a move that will see it host a guided walk around the Circle Tube Line next month.