National media briefing: Help for Heroes, Helen and Douglas House, Working Families and charity guides to pets and fireworks

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Land Rover is celebrating the production of its millionth Range Rover by donating the £85,000 vehicle to charity Help for Heroes.

See ITN for full story


An early edition of the James Bond novel Casino Royale has become, at £1,800, the most expensive single item ever sold by a Helen and Douglas House charity shop.

See BBC News for full story


Fathers are happier when doing more housework and men who spend more time with their children and work similar hours to partners are less stressed, according to a report commissioned by the charity Working Families.

See The Guardian for full story


Animal charities including the PDSA, the RSPCA and the Blue Cross have all produced guides to help keep animals calm when the fireworks start this weekend.

See the Daily Mirror for full story

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