The Numbers: The Bulldog Trust

The figures behind the charity which provides financial and advisory assistance to charities, and services to major donors

£609k - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2010. In the previous year, income was £9.89m, but this included a transfer of assets from a previous, unincorporated charity with the same name. Excluding this endowment, income in the year to 31 March 2009 was £553,000

£158k - The charity's investment income. Other sources of income were rents and sales

£9.05m - The trust's unrestricted funds, all of which it says can act in practice as a reserve. Of this, £5m is the value of its London property, Two Temple Place

£70k - No employee was paid more than this

102 - The number of grants given by the charity, totalling £184,000

£135k - The value of a loan to the charity War Child, underwritten by the trust.

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