The Numbers: The ACT Foundation

The figures behind the grant-making trust that supports people in poverty, older people in need and the disabled

£15.7m - The charity's income for the year ending March 2010, compared with £15.8m in the previous year. Of this, £9.12m was spent on property management and £4.23m on loan interest and bank charges

£116m - The charity's total assets, made up primarily of property

£31.3m - Free reserves at year-end. This figure principally represents the equity in the charity's property investments. Excluding this, its reserves were £1.15m

£260k - No employee was paid more than this. Last year's survey of the salaries of members of the chief executives body Acevo found the median was £58,000, the highest £158,000

£778k - Total charitable expenditure, made up of 385 individual grants worth £394,000, 47 institutional grants worth £285,000 and £100,000 pledged to be spent in the future

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