National media briefing: Alzheimer's Society, Walking With The Wounded, criticism over text message donation fees, Raising Malawi

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The NHS should offer checks for dementia when people reach 75, the Alzheimer’s Society has said.
See BBC News for full story

Prince Harry is to appear on the front cover of a special edition of the men’s magazine GQ that will raise money for the Walking With The Wounded charity.
See The Drum for full story

Mobile phone companies have been criticised for charging fees to process charitable donations made via text message, an increasingly popular way of giving.
See The Guardian for full story

The pop singer Madonna has replaced the board of her charity Raising Malawi after reports that her plans to build a girls’ school in the country had collapsed amid allegations that millions of dollars had been squandered on the project.
See The Independent for full story

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