National media briefing: charities fear for their futures, a 444-mile walk, Livestrong and the Imperial College Healthcare Charity

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Nearly one charity in 10 thinks it will not exist in five years, a poll of charity professionals shows. 

See The Guardian for full story

A former RAF serviceman has completed a 444-mile walk carrying the weight of an injured soldier on his back to raise money for armed forces charities.

See Sky News for full story

Livestrong, the US-based cancer charity founded by the disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, has reported a large fall in income.

See Reuters for full story

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have asked well-wishers to make donations to the Imperial College Healthcare Charity rather than sending a present.

See Hello! for full story

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