National media briefing: Alzheimer's Society Wales, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, Vinspired, Do Something and Elizabeth Finn Care

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

More than 27,000 people in Wales have undiagnosed dementia, Alzheimer's Society Wales estimates.

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Women are being invited to stock up on free supplies of the morning-after pill, which will be sent to them by post during the Olympics as part of a new service launched by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service.

See The Independent for full story

British charity Vinspired has joined forces with US non-profit organisation Do Something in a bid to galvanise young people from the age of 14 to 25.

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The London borough of Newham is now comparatively worse off in terms of income and unemployment than it was in 2005, despite the billions of pounds of public money spent in the area for the Olympics, according to research by the London School of Economics on behalf of the charity Elizabeth Finn Care.

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