The Numbers: The Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund

The figures behind the charity that provides grants in the field of leukaemia research

£1.67m - The charity's income for the year ending 5 April 2010, compared with £1.93m in the previous year. Of this, all but £59,000 came from investments

£47.6m - The total value of the charity's investment assets, up from £41.5m in the previous year. The charity has said it is willing to spend both income and capital, and therefore does not hold reserves in a traditional sense

£7.39m - The total amount the charity spent on making grants in the year, compared with £5.05m in the previous year. The charity says it plans to spend about £4.5m a year until it has used up all of its assets

£110k - Total staff costs. The charity is one of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts, which are jointly administered, so the figure for the highest-paid employee is not applicable

2022 - The date by which the charity expects to have spent all of its funds

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