[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/06/27/art.unity.ap.jpg caption="Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama appear at a unity rally in June."]
BUTTE, Montana (CNN) - Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will appear together at three fund-raisers next week in New York, an Obama spokeswoman said.
Two of the fundraisers are aimed at raising money for Obama's Democratic presidential campaign, and one to try to retire the debt from Clinton's failed effort to win the nomination.
Two of the fund-raisers are Wednesday night. Thursday morning, they'll also appear together at a women's fund-raising breakfast for Obama.
The events are private.
The New York events will make five times the two have appeared together since Clinton ended her quest for the nomination last month.
Obama announced in June he would not take public funds for his presidential run, making him the first general election candidate to do so since public financing was instituted in the 1970s.
By doing do, he passes up over $84 million in public funding, but frees himself from a cap on spending. Obama has raised over $270 million to date.
John McCain, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, has raised about $100 million as of the end of May and is expected to take public financing.
Clinton ended her campaign for the Democratic nomination about $22 million in debt, including roughly $12 million which she loaned to herself.
Obama and his wife Michelle both made the maximum legal donation to Clinton's campaign after it ended.
Winning candidates often work to help retire the debts of those they defeated once nomination races end.