National media briefing: Survival International, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, CoppaFeel! and charities ahead of pets in British wills

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Survival International, a charity that campaigns on behalf of indigenous people worldwide, says it has been the victim of a cyber attack and has blamed the governments of Indonesia and Botswana, which it believes might have been angered by recent campaigns.

See The Independent for full story


The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the social justice charity, has criticised the Welsh Assembly Government's flagship programme to help people in the most deprived areas by saying it has led to "marginal improvements" in the past nine years.

See BBC News for full story


The breast cancer charity CoppaFeel! has placed a hijack sticker on the breasts of the famous Anthony Gormley sculpture The Angel of the North to draw attention to self-checks for the disease.

See Metro for full story


Nearly 4.5 million people plan to leave their money to charity when they die, compared with 1.5 million who will leave it to their pets, a survey commissioned by financial advice website unbiased.co.uk for Write a Will Week has found.

See the London Evening Standard for full story

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