National media briefing: Greenpeace, DrugScope, the Scrine Foundation - and football boots for South Africa

Today's charity-related national news

Greenpeace, Oxfam and WWF say EU countries should contribute €35bn (£31bn) to cover the cost of climate change mitigation in developing countries.

See The Guardian for full story

DrugScope reports that drug users are taking a wider variety of substances.

See BBC News for full story

Kent homelessness charity the Scrine Foundation is closing its night shelter in Canterbury.

See BBC News for full story

Shoe Aid for Africa wants football fans travelling to South Africa for the World Cup to take unwanted football boots with them to give to the country's young players.

See Sky News for full story


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