National media briefing: All Wales Ethnic Minority Association, gap year volunteering, Madonna's Malawi charity and Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The All Wales Ethnic Minority Association charity, which is facing allegations of financial corruption, should have been graded "high risk", Permanent Secretary Dame Gillian Morgan has said.

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The rise in university tuition fees and the increasing cost of accommodation in London means fewer students are going abroad for their gap year and are opting to volunteer for social projects and charities.

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Madonna has announced that her Raising Malawi charity will work with a new partner to build 10 new schools after her first project was scrapped last year.

See The Guardian for full story

An appeal to raise £4.4m to help build a hospital for wildlife in Somerset by the Secret World Wildlife Rescue has been launched and is being backed by author Terry Pratchett.

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