National media briefing: Relate, Refugee Action, the Red Cross and Sunwise

Charities in the national news today

Architect Lord Rogers has criticised Prince Charles for commissioning his own charity, the Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment, to design an alternative scheme for the Chelsea Barracks site in London.  
See telegraph.co.uk for full story

An air ambulance charity in Northern Ireland has defended itself after spending 90 per cent of its first year's income on wages and administration.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

Relate North London has announced that it is likely to close.
See thisislocallondon.co.uk for full story

Refugee Action and the Red Cross are among charities encouraging Britons to carry out one of 20 acts of kindness to mark Refugee Week.
See independent.co.uk for full story

Scottish charity Sunwise has launched a scheme to provide homeless people with free sun cream.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

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