The Numbers: Lord's Taverners

The figures behind the youth sports and disability charity

£5.51m - The Lord's Taverners' income in the nine months ending 30 September 2008. This was a nine-month period because of a change in the charity's financial year. Income was £6.33m in the previous 12 months

65% - The proportion of income the charity raised from fundraising events. The rest came mostly from donations

£60k - No employee was paid more than this in the nine-month period

£334k - Free reserves at year-end. This was more than the charity's target of holding free reserves of at least £200,000. The trustees decided to hold on to higher reserves because of the uncertain economic conditions

£1.52m - The amount raised in voluntary income. The fundraising ratio for the charity's fundraising events was 17p in the pound

300 - The number of fundraising events the charity held. These included golf days, fashion shows and quiz nights

6% - The percentage of pensionable salary the charity contributes to employees' pension schemes

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