National media briefing: Islamic Relief, ChildLine, Bright Futures and Save the Children

Charities in today's national news

Birmingham-based charity Islamic Relief says it has raised more than £2m for victims of the floods in Pakistan.

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ChildLine says 100 children a week call about their parents' drink and drug abuse.

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Jersey charity Bright Futures, which supports vulnerable families, says it has to raise £250,000 to continue providing services on the island next year.

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Unclaimed lost property left on buses in Lothian will be donated to Save the Children under a new partnership.

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