On the register: charities with annual incomes of between £200,000 and £400,000

Facts and figures from the Charity Commission's records

7,362 - charities on the Charity Commission's register have incomes of between £200,000 and £400,000

214 - work with animals, including Greyhounds in Need, the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and Save China's Tigers

867 - work with people with disabilities, including Choices 4 All and the Catkin Pussywillow Charitable Trust

9 - work with the armed forces and emergency services, including Troop Aid and the Defence Academy Station & Welfare Fund

480 - work in overseas aid and famine relief, including Development Aid from People to People UK and Workaid

2,166 - give grants to organisations, including the Comino Foundation, the Forum Charitable Trust and the Le Roux Trust

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

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