National media briefing: Princes William and Harry; adoption charities; War Child; Rethink; Pathways Treatment Service; and a very expensive pound note

Today's charity-related stories

Prince William has revealed plans to launch a charitable foundation with his brother, Prince Harry.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

 

The Government will today call on council adoption services to make greater use of adoption charities.

See The Guardian for full story

 

Children's charity War Child is to receive a special award at this year's MOBO awards.

See BBC News for full story

 

Mental health charity Rethink describes as ‘shocking' new figures that suggest most mental health in-patients do not feel safe on wards.

See The Guardian for full story

 

Welsh ex-servicemen's charity Pathways Treatment Service has revealed the organisation desperately needs extra funding to avoid closure.

See BBC News for full story

 

A Scottish £1 banknote from 1836 has sold for £9,000 at a charity auction.

See BBC News for full story

 

 

 


 

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