The Numbers: Changing Faces

The figures behind the charity which supports and represents people who have disfigurements of the face or body.

£1.3m - Changing Faces's income for the year ending 31 March 2009, compared with £1.26m the previous year

65% - The proportion of its income the charity raised from charitable trust donations. The rest of the money came mostly from other voluntary income, fundraising events and statutory grants

£90k - The highest-paid employee received no more than this

-£76k - The deficit at year-end because of the acquisition of the charity's headquarters in 2004. The charity's aim is to build up free reserves equivalent to six months' spending - approximately £575,000

£1.09m - The amount raised in voluntary income, mainly from charitable trust donations, private donations and corporate support

542,000 - The number of people in the UK with a significant disfigurement to the face - one in 111 of the population

5% - The maximum percentage of pensionable salary the charity contributes to employees' pension schemes

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