The Numbers: Clatterbridge Cancer Research Trust

The finances of the medical charity, which has an income of £1.6m

£1.67m - The charity's income for the year ending 30 April 2008, compared with £1.59m the previous year

75% - The proportion of money raised that was made up of voluntary income. The rest came from investment income and trading

£80-90k - The highest-paid employee received a salary in this band

£1.72m - Free reserves at the end of the year, equivalent to about six years' net expenditure; the charity's anticipated spending on research minus its minimum anticipated income

£1.26m - The amount raised in voluntary income. The charity's fundraising ratio was 13p in the pound, compared with 3p in the pound the previous year

£1m - The sum put towards the building of research laboratories at the University of Liverpool Cancer Research Centre. These will house researchers

8% - The percentage of pensionable salary the charity contributes to employees' pension schemes.

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