National media briefing: Rekindle, Macmillan Cancer Support, Hillsborough charity single could be Xmas number one and Safe@Last

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Rekindle, a charity in Newtown, Powys, supporting children and young adults with mental health issues warns that it could close over Christmas unless it receives £10,000 in emergency funding.

See BBC News for full story


A poll by Macmillan Cancer Support found that ageism in the NHS is stopping some older cancer patients getting the best treatments.

See Sky News for full story


The Hillsborough charity single, a cover of He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother featuring Robbie Williams and Sir Paul McCartney, has nudged ahead of X Factor winner James Arthur in the race for the Christmas number one.

See The Independent for full story


A snowman from the John Lewis TV advert is being auctioned off by a South Yorkshire charity Safe@Last, which helps children and young people at risk of running away or being thrown out of their home.

See The Star for full story

 

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