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.

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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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