National media briefing: RSPCA, Foodshare, the Sir Elton John Aids Foundation, the AlFayed Charitable Foundation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Animal charities, including the RSPCA, have welcomed a ban by MPs on wild animals in circuses.

See The Independent for full story

Children in Cambridgeshire have planted, harvested and cooked vegetables from their school garden to create a soup kitchen that will serve homeless people in the area, as part of a project devised by the charity Foodshare.

See BBC News for full story

The musician George Michael is to stage a special concert for the Sir Elton John Aids Foundation.

See BBC News for full story

Mohamed Al Fayed's charity, the AlFayed Charitable Foundation, has hired the PR agency Athena PR to help it promote its work to the media.

See PRWeek for full story

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