National media briefing: Sport Relief, charities in Guernsey, Prescap and Michael Bloomberg's charitable foundation

Charities in today's national news

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Premier League bosses have been challenged to use as many clichés as possible in post-match interviews to help raise money for Sport Relief, with Barclays Bank making a donation for each cliché used.

See The Sun for full story

Guernsey charities have welcomed the launch of a new website aimed at helping them recruit more volunteers, which is backed by the Guernsey Community Foundation and the Association of Guernsey Charities.

See BBC News for full story

Community arts charity Prescap is to close down after 27 years, making 10 workers redundant, after losing its Arts Council grant and other funding.

See the Lancashire Evening Post for full story

Michael Bloomberg's charitable foundation will commit $220m over the next four years to fight tobacco use globally, including for the funding of legal challenges against the industry.

See Reuters for full story

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