National media briefing: Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, One, Headway Cardiff, charity property investments in London, Praxis Care

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing


- The Foundation for Art and Creative Technology is calling for residential care homes for the elderly to become 'digital hubs'.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story


- Radio presenter Lisa Snowdon will be fronting Marks & Spencer's latest lingerie campaign in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
See Daily Mail for full story


- U2 frontman Bono's charity One has come under fire for the amount of income it donates to good causes, although the charity has insisted it is focused on lobbying, not funding charities.
See Metro for full story


- Wedding rings and a wallet were stolen from disabled people as they learned to abseil in the Brecon Beacons as part of a day out organised by brain injury charity Headway Cardiff.
See BBC News for full story


- Property surveying firm Farebrother has said the London property market in Holborn received a boost from the charity sector after it upped its share of investment in the area.
See London Evening Standard for full story


- Mental health charity Praxis Care is to launch its latest campaign in the run-up to this year's World Mental Health Day next month.
See BBC News for full story

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