National media briefing: the Mothers' Union, BGC Partners' charity day, Action Against Hunger, Help the Hospices and Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance

Charities in today's national news

Two-thirds of UK parents believe children are exposed to inappropriate content on television before the watershed, according to a poll conducted by Christian charity Mothers’ Union.

See BBC News for full story

 

Jonathan Ross, David Coulthard and Johnny Vaughan turned out for city firm BGC Partners’ annual charity day in Canary Wharf.

See The Independent for full story

 

The Financial Times has selected Action Against Hunger for its 2010 seasonal charity appeal to readers.

See the Financial Times for full story

 

Help The Hospices is warning that centres such as St Leonard’s Hospice in York and Martin House Children’s Hospice in Wetherby, could see the money they get from central government cut.

See The Press for full story

 

Bill Sivewright has been recruited as the new chief executive of charity Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, replacing Adrian Way.

See thisisthewestcountry.co.uk for full story

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