National media briefing: Multiple Sclerosis Society, Nyumbani UK, Together for Short Lives and well-off pensioners giving benefits to charity

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Only 40% of people eligible for drugs to combat multiple sclerosis in the UK are actually taking them, says a report from the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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The bike at the centre of the "plebgate row" that cost a cabinet minister his job has gone on sale on eBay, to raise money for Nyumbani UK, which helps HIV and AIDS affected children in Kenya.

See The Independent for full story

The Duchess of Cambridge has made a video appeal for people to support Children's Hospice Week. The event is run by Together for Short Lives, the UK children's palliative care charity.

See Daily Mail for full story

Welsh Conservative MP Glyn Davies has rejected Iain Duncan Smith’s call for well-off pensioners to donate benefits they don't need to charity.

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