National Media Briefing

Mental health charity Mind, the National Trust and Clic Sargent hit today's headlines

Mental health charity Mind expresses concern over scientists developing a new drug that could be used to erase painful memories.
See Mail Online for full story

Elizabeth Finn Care says the recession has strengthened the sense of cohesiveness between generations in the UK.
See Telegraph.co.uk for full story

The National Trust blames severe winter weather for damaging more than half the plants growing in the charity's gardens.
See BBC News for full story

Cancer charity Clic Sargent says children with cancer should receive more help to allow them to recuperate at home.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

The Times considers what impact the recession is having on corporate giving.
See Times Online for full story

Former prime minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie could be the UK's philanthropic answer to Bill and Melinda Gates, according to The Guardian.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

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