The Numbers: International Animal Rescue

The figures behind the charity that rescues and provides sanctuary for wild animals across the world

The charity provides homes for 24 orangutans
The charity provides homes for 24 orangutans

£2.31m - The charity's income for the year ending December 2010, compared with £1.92m in the previous year

£492k - The cost of generating voluntary income, giving the charity a fundraising ratio of 21 pence in the pound. The previous year's ratio was 26 pence in the pound

£70k - No employee was paid more than this

£660k - The charity's legacy income, up from £75,000 in the previous year. The charity said that the unprecedented legacy income accounted for its £300,000 surplus and £400,000 increase in turnover during the year

98 - The number of slow lorises the charity had at its rescue centre. The charity rehomes slow lorises confiscated from the exotic pet trade and releases the animals into the wild. It also provided a home for 34 macaques, 24 orang-utans and 500 bears.


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