National media briefing: Wikimedia UK, Barnardos Ireland, Mary's Meals and two-thirds of small Scottish businesses supported charities last year

Charities in today's national press

National media briefing
National media briefing

Wikimedia UK, the charity responsible for promoting Wikipedia in Britain, has appointed an independent investigator to assess its governance following alleged conflicts of interest by one of its trustees, who has now resigned.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Barnardos Ireland has called for a cut in universal child benefit payments in order to redirect the money to the families in most need.

See BBC News for full story

The nine-year-old school dinners blogger Martha Payne has attended the opening of a kitchen in Malawi that was funded by cash she raised for the Mary’s Meals charity.

See BBC News for full story

Two-thirds of small Scottish businesses supported charities last year despite the economic crisis, according to a survey by the Federation of Small Businesses.

See STV News for full story

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