ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS

Charity number: 207076
Charity reporting is up to date

Activities - how the charity spends its money

To promote the conservation of biological diversity and the natural environment for the public benefit by conserving wild birds and other wildlife, and the environment on which they depend,protecting, restoring and re-creating habitats.To raise public understanding and awareness,and to provide information on,such matters.To advance education of the public in conservation of the natural environment

Income and expenditure

Data for financial year ending 31 March 2019

Total income:
£142,591,000
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Donations and legacies £114,959,000
Charitable activities £6,298,000
Other trading activities £20,671,000
Investments £107,000
Other £556,000
Total expenditure:
£131,785,000
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Raising funds £32,171,000
Charitable activities £99,614,000
Other £0

£1,960,000 investments gains (losses)

Total income includes £1,833,053 from 45 government contract(s) and £13,665,000 from 420 government grant(s)

People

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2139 Employee(s)

18 Trustee(s)

12101 Volunteer(s)

Employee salaries over £60,000

Number of employees
£60k to £70k 29
£70k to £80k 9
£80k to £90k 8
£90k to £100k 1
£100k to £110k 5
£140k to £150k 1
Fundraising
The charity raises funds from the public. It works with professional fundraisers and commercial participators with agreements in place.
Trading
One or more trustees are also directors of the subsidiaries
Trustee payments
No trustees receive any remuneration, payments or benefits from the charity.