National media briefing: Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children's Fund, Shelter Scotland - and a volunteer claims he was sacked 'for being too fat'

Today's charity-related media stories

Soldiers' children face emotional, psychological and financial problems, according to a report by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children's Fund.

See The Guardian for full story

A teenager claims he was sacked as a volunteer for the charity Home from Home for being too fat.

See The Sun for full story

Shelter Scotland says five children a day are at risk of being made homelessness due to eviction.

See STV for full story

The Television Trust for the Environment's fundraising auction on eBay starts tonight.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

 

 

 

 

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