National media briefing: the Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, Safe Haven For Donkeys In The Holy Land, Combat Stress, Thames Valley Positive Support, The Prince's Trust, The Patients Association

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing
Kate Middleton lent her support to a charity carol service last night at St Luke's Church in Chelsea, London, which raised money for Ugandan orphans through the Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund.
See the Daily Mail for full story

Strictly Come Dancing contestant and former MP Ann Widdecombe took two donkeys out for a stroll in Newton Abbot to promote the charity Safe Haven For Donkeys In The Holy Land.
See The Sun for full story

A group of 12 wives and girlfriends of armed forces personnel have appeared in a charity calendar to raise money for the Combat Stress charity and the Household Cavalry Operational Casualties Fund.
See the Daily Mail for full story

The Berkshire-based HIV and Aids charity Thames Valley Positive Support said it had experienced a "significant rise" in referrals from women in their 30s and 40s in Slough and Reading.
See BBC News for full story

Long-term youth unemployment in Wales is at a 12-year high, a report for the Prince's Trust has claimed.
See BBC News for full story

The Daily Mail is backing a campaign, launched by the Patients Association, for an overhaul of the NHS complaints system to make it completely independent.
See Daily Mail for full story

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