National media briefing: Shelter Cymru, Help for Heroes, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, RSPCA

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The homelessness charity Shelter Cymru says there has been an increase in queries from professional, middle-class Welsh people as a result of mortgage repossession cases, which it claims have "increased dramatically".
See BBC News for full story

Edward Hunter, the accountant who was the first hopeful fired from this year's The Apprentice show on BBC1, is going to launch a charitable project with funds going to Help for Heroes.
See The Sun for full story

Georgia May Jagger, daughter of the rock star Mick Jagger, is fronting the fashion designer Marc Jacobs' latest campaign, with all proceeds going to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.
See the Daily Mail for full story

The RSPCA is urging animal lovers to write directly to Downing Street over fears the government will decide not to ban animal circuses.
See the Daily Mirror for full story

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