National media briefing: Family and Youth Concern, Harrow Association of Voluntary Services, Islamic Relief - and cakes fall foul of health and safety

Charities in today's national news


Family and Youth Concern has spoken out against guidance that recommends antenatal classes for young mothers at schools.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


An investigation by PriceWaterhouseCoopers into the Harrow Association of Voluntary Services has found the charity was being mismanaged.

See Harrow Times for full story


Edinburgh's Pakistani and Muslim communities are uniting to raise funds for Islamic Relief's Pakistan flood appeal next week.

See The Guardian for full story


A sale of home-made cakes for charity has been banned because of health and safety concerns.

See Metro for full story

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