National media briefing: Headway, Save the Children, the Yorkhill Children's Foundation and Beatbullying

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A former treasurer of the Anglesey branch of Headway, a charity helping people affected by brain injuries, has received a suspended sentence after being found guilty of swindling the branch out of £10,000.

See BBC News for full story

Celebrities including Mylene Klass and Lisa Snowdon have donned Christmas jumpers in aid of a campaign by Save the Children.

See The Sun for full story 

A charity single written by the father of Caden Beggan, a six-year-old who died last month after a four-week battle with meningococcal septicaemia, will raise cash for the Yorkhill Children's Foundation.

See the Daily Record for full story

A generation of out-of-work youngsters is struggling to stay above the poverty line and has little optimism that their standard of living will improve, according to a report by FutureYou, an employment project run by the charity Beatbullying.

See the Daily Mail for full story

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