On the register: charities with annual incomes of between £50m and £100m

Facts and figures from the Charity Commission's records

80 charities on the Charity Commission's register have incomes between £50m and £100m

20 work in disability, including Sue Ryder, the National Autistic Society and Jewish Care

61 have more than 250 members of staff, including Christian Aid, the Dogs Trust and Victim Support

41 work with children and young people, including Trinity College Cambridge, the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity and Shelter

40 give grants to organisations, including WaterAid, the Legal Education Foundation and Islamic Relief Worldwide

8 operate only in England, including the Archbishops' Council, the Integrated Planned Parenthood Federation and the Alternative Futures Group

Figures from www.charity-commission.gov.uk

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