National media briefing: the Royal British Legion, St Dunstan's, Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, Action against Medical Accidents

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A new charity single 2 Minute Silence, featuring no music or speech, is released today as a digital download, is to raise money for the Royal British Legion, with organisers hoping that it will top the chart on Remembrance Sunday.

See the Daily Telegraph for full story


Ten soldiers serving with 39 Engineer Regiment, Cambridge, have run 10 marathons in five days to raise money for St Dunstan's, a charity that supports blind service personnel.

See the Midlothian Advertiser for full story


A charity auction featuring a one-off collectable Steiff bear will help mark Rupert Bear's 90th birthday, with proceeds going to the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.

See BBC News for full story

 


The patient safety and justice charity Action against Medical Accidents, a ‘core participant’ in the public inquiry starting today into the high number of deaths at Stafford Hospital, has pledged to ensure will closely examine information provided by stakeholders.

See This Is Staffordshire for full story

 


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