Register of Charities - The Charity Commission Animal Free Research UK
Activities - how the charity spends its money
Previously known as Dr Hadwen Trust for Humane Research (261096) and now operating as Animal Free Research UK (1146896) following incorporation on 1 Oct 2013. The Objects of the Charity are the prevention of the suffering of animals and the advancement of human health, by the promotion of and funding of human-relevant replacements to the use of animals in scientific and medical experimentation.
Income and expenditure
Data for financial year ending 31 March 2022
|Donations and legacies||£1.39m|
|Other trading activities||£235|
-£1,750 investments gains (losses)
Total income includes £165,759 from 1 government grant(s)
Charitable expenditure with investment gains
Some charities generate all, or a substantial part, of their income from investments which may have been donated to the charity as endowment or set aside by the charity from its own resources in the past. Such investments usually take the form of stocks and shares but may include other assets, such as property, that are capable of generating income and/or capital growth.
In managing their spending and investments charities need to strike a balance between the needs of future and current beneficiaries. They also need to take account of spending commitments that may stretch over a number of future years. To do this, charities will normally adopt an investment strategy designed to generate both income and capital growth. To maximise returns trustees may commit to investment strategies for several years.
Investments can experience large swings in value so trustees may, in a particular year, decide to realise and spend part of their charity’s capital or to invest part of its income.
By clicking the investment gains checkbox the charitable spending bar is adjusted to take account of capital growth as well as income. This shows the balance the charity is striking, between spending on current beneficiaries and retaining resources for future beneficiaries.
|Income generation and governance||£290.97k|
|Retained for future use||£359.71k|
Employees with total benefits over £60,000
|Number of employees|
|£60k to £70k||1|
|£70k to £80k||1|