National media briefing: the Edge Foundation, Age UK, midlands charity shops targeted by thieves and the Fishermen's Mission

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Sixty per cent of schools are either planning to cut provision of vocational qualifications or have already done so, according to a study supported by the education charity the Edge Foundation.

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One in three grandparents see their grandchildren only once a month or less, a survey by Age UK has revealed.

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Charity shops in the midlands are being targeted by thieves stealing goods being sold to raise money for causes, a BBC investigation has found.

See BBC News for full story

The widow of an Essex fisherman who was lost at sea has helped to found a choir of women who have suffered a similar loss, and who will release a single in April to raise money for the Fishermen's Mission.

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