The numbers: the Golden Bottle Trust

The figures behind the grant-giving foundation funded mostly by the private bank C Hoare & Co. It funds a wide range of causes including the arts, education and health

C Hoare & Co
C Hoare & Co

£1.13m - The charity's income for the year ending 30 September 2011, compared to £433,000 in the previous year. Of this, £1m came in the form of a donation from C Hoare & Co. The previous year, the bank donated £310,000

£7.96m - The charity's total fixed assets, most of which is investment capital of £7.55m

£100k - The amount the charity has committed to the first social impact bond at Peterborough prison. The charity has also committed another £350,000 to programme-related investments

145 - The number of bank staff, out of a total of 335, who donate to the trust. The bank double matches all donations

26 - The number of donations worth more than £5,000 made by the trust during the year. It donated a total of £902,125 to good causes.

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