Sisters Rachael Parkin and Susie Webb, along with their friend Ellie Wood, are hoping to raise thousands of pounds for charity this summer.
The trio – who have called themselves the Yorkshire Girls – hope to raise £3,000 for Yorkshire Cancer Research by taking part in various events this year.
They have already raised £300 through donations to their website and by holding a baking competition in Wakefield.
Now, the trio are preparing to hold two concerts in Pontefract this weekend.
Mrs Parkin, 33, said: “We’re getting there surely but slowly with the fundraising. Everything is starting to pick up a bit now we have more events planned.”
The girls will host a children’s concert at Pontefract Ex-Servicemen’s Club, on Sessions House Yard on Saturday between 1pm and 4pm.
Dee Adams, mum of Olympic gold medal boxer Nicola, will give a short talk at the event and there will be performances from children and young people, as well as stalls, games, disco and karaoke.
From 7pm there will be a concert for adults at which Mrs Parkin and her husband Mick will be performing an acoustic set.
Fourteen-year-old Archie Hardwick, an acoustic guitar player from Wakefield, and singer Marlie Lewis will also perform.
For more information, or to donate or sponsor the girls visit www.justgiving.com/theyorkshiregirls