National media briefing: the New Forest Association, Instant Neighbour, Save the Children and the Danish Red Cross

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The New Forest Association has said the Forestry Commission should not be responsible for the management of the New Forest because it should be treated as a special case and not subject to blanket rules.

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Instant Neighbour, a food parcel charity in Aberdeen, is having to turn people away because it has run out of supplies.

See STV for full story

A controversial 1969 documentary about Save the Children by Ken Loach is to be screened in public for the first time to mark the film director's 75th birthday.

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An anonymous donor in Denmark has left about 1m kroner (nearly £120,000) in cash a clothes recycling bin outside a charity shop run by the Danish Red Cross.

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