National media briefing: International Assistance Mission, Help Find My Child, the Prince's Trust - and why Warren Buffett is a chugger

Charities in today's national news

The International Assistance Mission, which employed the 10 aid workers murdered in Afghanistan last week, says it has no plans to leave the country.

See Google News for full story


The father of a schoolboy who went missing in 2007 has welcomed the launch of the charity Help Find My Child, which uses websites including Facebook and Twitter to find missing children.

See the Yorkshire Post for full story


A report by the Prince’s Trust says more young people grow up in jobless households in Manchester and Liverpool than anywhere else in the UK.

See BBC News for full story 


The Financial Times says billionaire philanthropist Warren Buffett is behaving like "the best charity street 'chuggers'".

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