National media briefing: Murray calls for Wimbledon charity matches, the Pennies Foundation, National Autistic Society Cymru, Forensic Therapies

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

The British tennis player Andy Murray is to ask the Wimbledon authorities to consider organising fundraising exhibition matches along the lines of those held at the Australian Open in the past two years.
See The Independent for full story

The hotel chain Travelodge has teamed up with the Pennies Foundation to launch a version of its electronic charity box on its website this Thursday, allowing customers to round up the prices of their rooms to the nearest pound when booking online, with the difference going to charity.
See the Daily Mail for full story

More than half of adults with autism in Wales say their needs are not being met, according to the National Autistic Society Cymru.
See BBC News for full story

A prison counsellor was unfairly dismissed by Forensic Therapies, a London-based charity providing counselling services in British jails, after blowing the whistle on the alleged theft of more than £300,000 of public funds, a tribunal has ruled.
See the Daily Mail for full story

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