On the register: charities with annual incomes of more than £100m

Facts and figures from the Charity Commission's records

56 charities on the Charity Commission's register have annual incomes of more than £100m

9 work in overseas aid or famine relief. These include Oxfam, the Salvation Army and the British Red Cross

16 work with the elderly or older people. Examples include the Anchor Trust, Wakefield and District Housing and Methodist Homes

24 work in the advancement of health or the saving of lives. These include the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, the Rothschild Foundation and the British Heart Foundation

50 have more than 250 employees

3 work with animals: the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Wellcome Trust.

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