National media briefing: Goldman Sachs, Oxfam, Barnardo's - and a new troops charity launched by Joanna Lumley

A round-up of today's charity-related national news

Investment bank Goldman Sachs considers encouraging more of its staff to donate a higher portion of their pay to charity.

See the London Evening Standard for full story


Oxfam says donations of goods to its shops have fallen by 15 per cent during 2008.

See Google News for full story


A new charity, Tickets for Troops, is launched by Joanna Lumley.

See the Daily Express for full story


Shirley Bassey supports Barnardo's by auctioning a pair of diamond-encrusted shoes.

See Wales Online for full story



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