National media briefing: the Chinese earthquake, Primark, FairPensions - and Sir Elton John's clothes at Sussex Beacon

Today's charity news in the national press

NGOs, including the Disasters Emergency Committee, Save the Children and World Vision, consider how to respond to the Chinese earthquake

See The Guardian for full story


Primark withdraws its range of bikinis with padded tops for young girls and promises to give any profit from the items to children's charities

See The Sun for full story


Responsible investment charity FairPensions leads a shareholder rebellion at BP over the oil company's plans for a project in Canada

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


Designer outfits donated by Sir Elton John to charity shop Sussex Beacon raised more than £8,000

See BBC News for full story


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