The numbers: The Elton John Aids Foundation

The figures behind the charity that provides support for people with Aids or HIV, and funds Aids research

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Elton John

£10.36m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 December 2011, compared with £9.2m in the previous year

£326k - The charity's direct fundraising expenditure. It raised £5.84m of voluntary income, giving it a fundraising ratio of 5.6p in the pound

£14.9m - Free reserves at year-end. This is in line with the charity's target, which was to hold reserves of £12m - equal to two years of sustainable operating costs, including grants disbursed

£120k - No employee was paid more than this

£8.2m - The amount given in grants in the year. The charity supports projects in 11 countries

400,000 - The number of people who saw awareness films screened by the foundation at pop festivals in the UK.

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