National media briefing: Cumbria flood charity book launched, charities urged to offer more elderly care provision, BullyingUK, Sane

Charities in today's national media

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

A fundraising book containing postcards written by celebrities and with a special foreword from the Prince of Wales has been officially launched to raise money for the organisations that helped in the aftermath of the Cumbrian floods in 2009.

See BBC News for full story

Up to a million elderly people will be able to buy services from charities or private companies as part of changes that will offer them far greater control over the type of help they need in their homes.

See the Daily Mail for full story

BullyingUK has merged with the family support organisation Parentline Plus.

See the Guardian for full story

Mental health charities, including Sane and Mind Cymru, are backing a call by a Cardiff University neuroscience expert for immediate action to tackle the funding gap in mental illness research.

See BBC News for full story

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