National media briefing: debt management firms posing as charities, Wellbeing of Women, Salute Our Heroes, Segway owner Heselden 'one of UK's most generous'

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing


Some debt management firms are posing as charities and are aiming to make money from vulnerable people, the Office of Fair Trading has found.
See BBC News for full story


A study funded by the Wellbeing of Women charity has warned that smoking quadruples a woman's risk of having an ectopic pregnancy.
See Daily Mail for full story


Racing fans are being urged to show their support for the armed forces at the charity fundraising day Salute Our Heroes Race Day, at Sedgefield Racecourse, which will raise money for various related charities.
See BBC News for full story


The multi-millionaire owner of scooter firm Segway, Jimi Heselden, who died earlier this week, was yesterday hailed as one of Britain's most generous men after donating £25m to charity over the past two years.
See The Sun for full story

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