On the register: armed forces and emergency services efficiency charities

Facts and figures from the Charity Commission's records

A total of six armed forces and emergency services efficiency charities have incomes of more than £10m
A total of six armed forces and emergency services efficiency charities have incomes of more than £10m

333 - charities on the register list armed forces and emergency services efficiency among their activities in documents filed with the Charity Commission

138 - make grants to individuals, 127 provide services, 78 provide buildings, facilities and open spaces, and 85 provide advice and information

153 - help people with disabilities, 154 help other charities or voluntary bodies and 156 help the elderly

6 - charities have incomes of more than £10m, including the Army Benevolent Fund: The Solider's Charity, Help For Heroes and the Royal Logistics Corps Association Trust

18 - operate solely in London and 126 operate across both England and Wales

18 - are overdue in filing their most recent documents with the commission

Figures from www.charity-commission.gov.uk

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