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NGOs are only included if they say they work in fewer than 50 countries. This is because some organisations claim they are working in every single country in the world, or very large numbers of countries. This is unlikely. So we can exclude them by restricting the number of countries organisations work in.

The figures for income and spending include the total income and spending of the organisations in all the countries they work in.

Religious organisations refers to those organisations which self-describe themselves as undertaking "religious activities" in their causes.

Charity Reg. date Latest income Activities Region ?

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Charity number 207076

22/09/1962

Latest income £146,914,000

[Mar 2020]

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

Makes grants

Work in Cayman Islands

UK registered office: E12000006

Dogs Trust

Charity number 227523

07/06/1963

Latest income £109,542,818

[Dec 2019]

Dogs Trust operates a network of rehoming centres across the UK; each provides dog accomodation, puppy houses, isolation blocks and treatment rooms. Dogs Trust provides financial assistance to allow owners in genuine need to have their dogs neutered through participating veterinary practices. Dogs Trust provides dog training and educational material on responsible dog ownership.

Makes grants

Work in Ireland and Bosnia and Herzegovina

UK registered office: E12000007

The Donkey Sanctuary

Charity number 264818

26/03/1973

Latest income £43,018,000

[Dec 2019]

To PROVIDE RESCUE HOMES and TREATMENT for DONKEYS, MULES and OTHER SUCH ANIMALS, and to PREVENT CRUELTY to SUCH ANIMALS THROUGH PROMOTING HUMANE BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS THEM. ENHANCING PEOPLE's LIVES THROUGH WORKING with DONKEYS and MULES and BRINGING ENJOYMENT INTO the LIVES of CHILDREN and ADULTS with ADDITIONAL NEEDS.

Makes grants

Work in Jamaica, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Pakistan, Portugal, Ireland, Romania, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Albania, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Brazil, Cameroon, China, Cyprus, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Greece, India, Italy and Côte d'Ivoire

UK registered office: E12000009

Blue Cross

Charity number 224392

08/02/1965

Latest income £39,924,000

[Dec 2019]

The BLUE CROSS's PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVE IS to ENCOURAGE and PROMOTE KINDNESS to, and the PROTECTION of, ANIMALS and to EDUCATE the PUBLIC in RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP. the BLUE CROSS AIMS to ENSURE THAT EVERY PET WILL ENJOY A HEALTHY LIFE in A HAPPY HOME.

Makes grants

Work in Ireland

UK registered office: E12000008

World Animal Protection

Charity number 1081849

04/08/2000

Latest income £31,646,000

[Dec 2018]

We move the world to protect animals. We work globally with local partners, animal welfare organisations and businesses, and we influence decision makers internationally, nationally and locally. We have formal relationships with key international bodies including the Food and Agriculture Organization, the UN Environment Programme, the Council of Europe and the World Organisation for Animal Health.

Makes grants

Work in Argentina, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Malawi, Malaysia, Australia, Morocco, Austria, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States, Belgium, Vietnam, Serbia, Tokelau, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Israel and Italy

UK registered office: E12000007

Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

Charity number 1030884

23/12/1993

Latest income £25,696,000

[Mar 2020]

WWT works to save wetlands for wildlife and for people by inspiring people to connect with and value wetlands and their wildlife, by demonstrating and promoting the importance and benefits of wetlands, by countering threats to wetlands and their wildlife, by creating and restoring wetlands and protecting key wetland sites and by savings threatened wetlands species.

Work in Kuwait, Madagascar, Russia, Seychelles, South Korea, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, United States, Bulgaria, Cambodia and China

UK registered office: E12000009

Fauna & Flora International

Charity number 1011102

13/05/1992

Latest income £23,256,089

[Dec 2019]

FFI's vision is a sustainable future for the planet, where biodiversity is effectively conserved by the people who live closest to it, supported by the global community. Our mission is to conserve threatened species and ecosystems worldwide. to achieve our mission, FFI works with partners to deliver local solutions that are scientifically robust and which enhance human well-being.

Makes grants

Work in Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Liberia, Madagascar, Australia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, St Kitts-Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and Grenadines, Sao Tome and Principe, South Africa, Barbados, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, United States, Vietnam, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Belize, Anguilla, South Sudan, Brazil, Cambodia, Cabo Verde, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Georgia, Guinea, Honduras, Antigua and Barbuda and Indonesia

UK registered office: E12000006

Birdlife International

Charity number 1042125

19/11/1994

Latest income £22,987,810

[Dec 2019]

BirdLife International is a Partnership acting for birds, for priority sites, for the environment and for people. Over ten million people support the BirdLife International Partnership of non-governmental conservation organisations (Partners) and local networks. the BirdLife International Partners work together on shared priorities, programmes, and policies to deliver real conservation results.

Makes grants

Work in Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Singapore, Tanzania, Belgium, Cambodia, Ecuador, Fiji and Ghana

UK registered office: E12000006

Virunga Foundation

Charity number 1111806

25/10/2005

Latest income £20,161,217

[Dec 2019]

A conservation organisation with minimal overheads, delivering timely and effective support to the Virunga National Park in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo in the form of financial and management input. Campaigning worldwide for support for Virunga National Park to raise awareness of and educate people about the Park, and to attract donors to support projects in and around the Park.

Work in Democratic Republic of the Congo

UK registered office: E12000007

The Brooke Hospital for Animals

Charity number 1085760

23/03/2001

Latest income £20,079,770

[Mar 2020]

Since it was founded in 1934, the Brooke has helped to relieve the suffering of millions of working horses, donkeys and mules and improved the livelihoods of the countless people who depend upon them. the Brooke provides veterinary services in some of the world's poorest communities, treating animals and training animal-owners in countries including Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Kenya and Pakistan.

Makes grants

Work in Afghanistan, Jordan, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Senegal, Egypt, Ethiopia, Guatemala and India

UK registered office: E12000007

International Fund for Animal Welfare (ifaw)

Charity number 1024806

11/08/1993

Latest income £16,895,973

[Jun 2019]

INTERNATIONAL FUND for ANIMAL WELFARE (IFAW) RESCUES and PROTECTS ANIMALS AROUND the WORLD. WE RESCUE INDIVIDUAL ANIMALS, CAMPAIGN to PREVENT ANIMAL CRUELTY and ADVOCATE for the PROTECTION of WILDLIFE and HABITATS. IFAW PROMOTES ANIMAL WELFARE and CONSERVATION POLICIES THAT ADVANCE the WELL-BEING of BOTH ANIMALS and PEOPLE.

Makes grants

Work in Japan, Kenya, Malawi, Russia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Barbados, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States, Zambia, Canada, China, Iceland, India, Indonesia and Côte d'Ivoire

UK registered office: E12000007

Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust - UK

Charity number 1121989

14/12/2007

Latest income £14,457,000

[Dec 2019]

Durrell strives to save the most threatened species in the most threatened places around the world. Biodiversity is essential for human survival and our aim is to ensure we can persist alongside the myriad of plants and animals that inhabit our planet. Our wildlife park, field programmes and academy come together to deliver a unique approach to tackling today's conservation problems.

Makes grants

Work in Madagascar, Mauritius, St Lucia, Samoa, Cayman Islands, Jersey, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Antigua and Barbuda, India and Indonesia

UK registered office:

Wild Planet Trust

Charity number 306622

01/07/1963

Latest income £13,208,235

[Oct 2019]

The Trust's principal activity during the year was the advancement of scientific knowledge, education and science in accordance with its charitable objectives.

Work in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Vietnam, Zimbabwe and Indonesia

UK registered office: E12000009

Earlham Institute

Charity number 1136213

07/06/2010

Latest income £12,608,000

[Mar 2020]

The advancement of biological & biotechnological science by undertaking & promoting research in biology at the molecular level & the genomic functions of organisms by: generating, analysing & sharing genome sequences; facilitating other researchers by providing access to our data analysis resources & tools; & educating others through comprehensive training programmes, publications & outreach work.

Work in Colombia

UK registered office: E12000006

Marwell Wildlife

Charity number 275433

02/03/1978

Latest income £12,439,251

[Dec 2019]

To advance the education of the public and to promote the conservation of biological and other natural resources; in particular by but not limited to the provision of public education, scientific study, and the restoration and maintenance of endangered animals, plants and habitats in both protective and natural environments.

Makes grants

Work in Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Zimbabwe and China

UK registered office: E12000008

Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines

Charity number 1115606

28/07/2006

Latest income £12,362,152

[Mar 2020]

GALVmed fosters ground breaking partnerships on a global scale between animal health industry and other organisations. Our aim is to promote the development of accessible and affordable animal vaccines and other animal health products for the poorest farmers in developing countries.

Work in Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Ireland, Rwanda, South Africa, Bangladesh, Spain, Switzerland, Tanzania, Uganda, United States, Belgium, Zambia, Hong Kong, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, India and Italy

UK registered office: S99999999

The Bristol Clifton and West of England Zoological Society Limited

Charity number 1104986

20/07/2004

Latest income £12,332,000

[Dec 2019]

Operation of Bristol Zoo Gardens and the Wild Place Project. Carry out field conservation and research projects

Makes grants

Work in Madagascar, Philippines, Portugal, South Africa, Tanzania, French Polynesia, Cameroon, Comoros, Costa Rica and Equatorial Guinea

UK registered office: E12000009

Afghanaid

Charity number 1045348

29/03/1995

Latest income £12,001,506

[Dec 2019]

Afghanaid's work is to assist village level groups to improve their livlihoods and to mitigate some of the disadvantages they face. Improved livlihoods are acheived by developing the physical, financial, natural, social and human resources available to them in a sustainable way.

Makes grants

Work in Afghanistan

UK registered office: E12000007

Compassion in World Farming International

Charity number 1095050

16/12/2002

Latest income £11,573,504

[Mar 2020]

Our activities include: - Strengthening EU legislation and enforcement on animal welfare. - Persuading food companies to sell higher welfare products across their entire product ranges. - Enabling consumers to make higher welfare food choices. - Persuading intergovernmental agencies to adopt higher welfare policies. - Supporting producers who champion higher welfare practices.

Makes grants

Work in Netherlands, Poland, Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Ukraine, United States, Belgium, China, Czechia, France and Italy

UK registered office: E12000008

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Charity number 293358

02/01/1986

Latest income £10,392,467

[Mar 2020]

The charity's objects are the promotion of health and the relief of sickness in particular by training, providing and supporting animal assisted intervention in the relief of human deafness, disability, sickness, suffering or distress, collaborating with other charities where appropriate.

Work in Ireland, Guernsey and Jersey

UK registered office: E12000008

British Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Charity number 209691

21/11/2007

Latest income £9,995,475

[Sep 2019]

The BFHU is a national, non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting, marketing and promoting the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and to raising awareness of its global contribution.

Makes grants

Work in Israel

UK registered office: E12000007

World Horse Welfare

Charity number 206658

25/05/1979

Latest income £9,312,000

[Dec 2019]

Charity exists to promote horse welfare. in UK through rehabilitation centres where horses can be returned to health ; Field Officers investigate welfare concerns and give advice. Overseas by working with communities and local bodies to provide equine and other skills to help working horses. Internationally by campaigning for improved welfare and an end to long distance transport for slaughter

Makes grants

Work in Lesotho, Mexico, Nepal, Nicaragua, Panama, Ireland, Senegal, South Africa, Cambodia, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Guatemala, Haiti and Honduras

UK registered office: E12000006

The Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad

Charity number 209015

23/01/1963

Latest income £8,738,010

[Dec 2019]

To prevent unnecessary suffering to animals and neglect of their bodily needs by all lawful means and, in particular, by: 1. Providing treatment in hospitals and otherwise for sick and injured animals 2. Encouraging and promoting education in the humane treatment of animals any relevant environmental issues 3. Assisting in the enforcement of such laws as may from time to time be applicable

Makes grants

Work in Jordan, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Mongolia, Morocco, Myanmar, Namibia, Pakistan, Peru, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Ghana and India

UK registered office: E12000007

Send A Cow

Charity number 299717

25/10/1988

Latest income £8,347,303

[Jun 2019]

Work in six countries in Africa to provide a package of on-going support and practical training over three to five years, including training in farming skills, gender equality, sanitation and money management . alongside the provision of livestock and tools - to ensure that some of Africa's most marginalised people have the confidence, knowledge and skills to help themselves.

Makes grants

Work in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, Burundi and Ethiopia

UK registered office: E12000009

International Animal Rescue

Charity number 1118277

08/03/2007

Latest income £7,972,019

[Dec 2019]

International Animal Rescue helps suffering animals with hands-on rescue and rehabilitation. We return healthy animals to the wild, but provide sanctuary for those that cannot fend for themselves. IAR specialises in sterilisation and vaccination projects to control stray dog and cat populations and prevent disease. IAR has been registered since 1989, former reg. no 802132.

Work in Armenia, Malta, Costa Rica, India and Indonesia

UK registered office: E12000008

Caribbean Biodiversity Fund

Charity number 1149889

23/11/2012

Latest income £7,846,557

[Sep 2019]

Established in September 2012, the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF) is a regional Environmental Fund whose objective is to provide a sustainable flow of resources to support activities that contribute substantially to the conservation, protection and maintenance of biodiversity in the Caribbean.

Makes grants

Work in Jamaica, Bahamas, St Kitts-Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and Grenadines, Dominican Republic, Grenada and Antigua and Barbuda

UK registered office: E12000002

The Pharo Foundation

Charity number 1143152

28/07/2011

Latest income £7,258,122

[Dec 2019]

Our Vision is an inclusive and economically vibrant Africa. Our Mission is to achieve our vision by investing in Africa's human and physical capital, with a strong focus on job creation. Our Values are passion and respect, creativity and entrepreneurship, trust and accountability.

Makes grants

Work in Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia and Ethiopia

UK registered office: E12000007

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Charity number 1103836

20/05/2004

Latest income £6,700,180

[Mar 2020]

Embracing measures for the protection and preservation of wildlife and habitats in Kenya. Including anti-poaching, community support, wild orphans rescue and rehabilitation and mobile veterinary support.

Makes grants

Work in Kenya

UK registered office: E12000008

Blue Ventures Conservation

Charity number 1098893

07/08/2003

Latest income £6,283,953

[Jun 2019]

Blue Ventures is a science-led social enterprise that works with coastal communities to develop transformative approaches for nurturing and sustaining locally led marine conservation initiatives. We work in places where the ocean is vital to local people, cultures and economies, and where there is a fundamental need to support human development.

Work in Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Tanzania, Belize, Timor-Leste, Comoros and Indonesia

UK registered office: E12000009

The Becht Family Charitable Trust

Charity number 1116657

07/11/2006

Latest income £6,193,516

[Oct 2019]

The trustees shall hold the fund and its income for such charities/charitable purposes, throughout the world, as the trustees shall determine, in particular the preservation and restoration of biodiversity and humanitarian aid for the young and disadvantaged. Educational programmes supporting the key areas of focus are also considered.

Makes grants

Work in Netherlands, United States and Germany

UK registered office: E12000007