National media briefing: Cancer Research and the Teenage Cancer Trust; National Secular Society targets religious funds; Guernsey Community Foundation; community worker on TV; Channel swim for Huntingdon's disease

Charities in today's national news

Cancer Research UK and the Teenage Cancer Trust back a campaign to reduce VAT on sun protection products.

See The Guardian for full story

A member of the National Secular Society is campaigning for the Welsh Assembly Government to set up a charity for NHS funds that are currently spent on religious and faith services, such as chaplains.

See Wales Online for full story

Bristol University is to research the voluntary sector in Guernsey on behalf of the Guernsey Community Foundation.

See BBC News Guernsey for full story

A South London community worker is identified as the man who keeps appearing on the background of live TV news bulletins.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

A 56-year-old mother raises £2,000 for research into Huntingdon’s disease by completing the slowest ever channel swim.

See The Daily Mail for full story

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