National media briefing: Save the Children, Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support and Miller Philanthropy

Charities in today's national news

East Africa is facing a "double-dip" hunger crisis that could plunge millions of people back into emergency levels of hunger and malnutrition, Save the Children has warned.

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The Manchester United football legends Bryan Robson and Paddy Crerand have joined forces with the Malaysian winner of Pop Idol to launch a charity single for tonight's Manchester derby, which will raise money for Cancer Research UK

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The charity Macmillan Cancer Support is warning that not enough women are using sun cream.

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The charitable foundation Miller Philanthropy is launching the Goodwill Exchange, a website to encourage professionals to support charities by volunteering for them.

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