National media briefing: Magic Breakfasts, Will Aid, West Lothian Cats Protection and Brain Tumour Support and Research Across Yorkshire

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The founder of a school breakfasts charity Magic Breakfasts, chosen as one of Downing Street’s two official causes for 2013, has promised to use the position to educate ministers about the true scale of childhood hunger in the UK.

See The Guardian for full story

Staff at a Doncaster law firm have raised more than £5,000 for the charity Will Aid after taking part in a will-writing scheme.

See The Star for full story

The charity West Lothian Cats Protection is renewing its appeal for people to avoid giving kittens or cats as Christmas presents.

See the West Lothian Courier for full story

Fraudsters in Pudsey, West Yorkshire, handed over fake cash before stealing two puppies that were being sold to raise money for the charity Brain Tumour Support and Research Across Yorkshire.

See the Yorkshire Evening Post for full story

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