National media briefing: David Walliams, Thames Reach, Norcas and fundraisers in the street

Charities in today's news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Comedian David Walliams has raised £1.1m for Comic Relief by swimming the River Thames for the charity.

See The Guardian for full story

Rough sleepers are being sold as slaves to gangs for as little as £100, a homelessness charity Thames Reach has warned.

See BBC News for full story

Norcas, a charity supporting people affected by drug and alcohol addiction, says a highly-regarded service, which supports addicts, could end due to a lack of funding.

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Three out of four people openly admit dodging charity fundraisers in the street, according to new research by mobile phone company Vodafone.

See Mirror for full story

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