National media briefing: the Future Jobs Fund, the Art Fund, Jole Rider - and unusual ways to raise money

Charities in today's national news

More than 2,000 charities write to the three main parties to demand assurances that the Future Jobs Fund will continue.

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The Art Fund says collections held by local authority museums are in danger of falling behind those of national attractions.

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Bikes refurbished by prison inmates as part of a scheme run by education charity Jole Rider help children in Africa get to school.

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Metro suggests unusual ways to raise funds for charities.

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