National media briefing: the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund, the RSPCA, Sue Ryder Hospice and Hospice in the Weald

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

More than a million pounds has been handed out by the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund to hundreds of charities helping London's most vulnerable people.

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An RSPCA rescue centre in Oxfordshire is to close when the lease on its current building runs out in September.

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An oil painting that was taken to a Sue Ryder Hospice valuation day in Cheltenham could be an old master worth tens of thousands of pounds.

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Celebrities including the rock stars Brian May and Roger Daltrey and the fashion designer Karen Millen have painted works of art to raise money for Kent charity Hospice in the Weald.

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