On the register: charities with annual incomes of between £100,000 and £200,000

Facts and figures from the Charity Commission's records

10,425 charities on the Charity Commission's register have incomes of between £100,000 and £200,000

2,096 work for the prevention or relief of poverty, including the Poor and Needy Benefit Trust, Meridian Money Advice and the Universal Benefit Society

1,421 work in amateur sport, including the Robin Greaves Sports Foundation, the Dwarf Sports Association UK and the Active Sport Foundation

1,579 give grants to individuals, including the Victoria Cross and George Cross Benevolent Fund and the Laces Trust

2,296 work with people with disabilities, including the One to One Project and Cerebral Palsy Plus

5,317 work with children and young people, including the Child-to-Child Trust, Malaika Kids UK and the Child Concern Consortium

Further details at www.charity-commission.gov.uk


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