The Numbers: Army Cadet Force Association

The figures behind the charity that supports and promotes the army cadet force, a voluntary movement for young people

Army Cadet Force Association
Army Cadet Force Association

£3.18m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2011, compared with £3.01m in the previous year

£2.37m - The charity's grant in aid from the Ministry of Defence, up from £1.97m in the previous year. This is likely to fall again in the coming year. The charity says it expects to see a change in how it is funded by the government

£2.74m - Free reserves at year-end, in line with the charity's target, which was to hold reserves equal to 12 months' expenditure

£90k - No employee was paid more than this

45,000 - The number of cadets supported by the charity

1860 - The year the cadet force was founded: it celebrated its 150th anniversary during 2010.

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