National media briefing: Against Domestic Violence and Abuse, the Daycare Trust, the Prince's Trust, and Scottish blind and deaf charities launch new service

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

The potential loss of funding for Against Domestic Violence and Abuse, which is based in Devon, will "decimate" services for domestic abuse victims, it has been claimed.

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A report from the Daycare Trust claims that councils are breaking their legal obligation to offer affordable childcare.

See The Independent for full story

The Prince’s Trust and other charities will set up stalls in Jobcentre Plus offices to advise unemployed young people about volunteering opportunities.

See Metro for full story

The Royal National Institute of Blind People and the Royal National Institute for Deaf People have joined forces to launch a service to support people with sensory loss in Tayside.

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