National media briefing: the St Asaph charity fund, the Nominet Trust, Beat, Giving Tuesday and Cancer Research UK

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing
A charity fund is being set up for flood victims in the small north Wales city of St Asaph, where a woman died and more than 400 properties were deluged.

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Teenage girls are becoming involved in dangerous games of competitive dieting thanks to the proliferation of pro-anorexia websites, according to a new report by Dr Emma Bond, a lecturer at the University Campus Suffolk in Ipswich, who carried out the review with help from the Nominet Trust and the charity Beat.

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Donors in the US gave more than $10m to non-profit organisations online on ‘Giving Tuesday’ this week – 53 per cent more than on the same day last year – during what organisers hope will become a national day of giving.

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Cancer Research UK is launching a month-long awareness and fundraising campaign asking supporters to give up drinking during January.

See Marketing Week for full story

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