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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 ?

The Children's Investment Fund Foundation (UK)

Charity number 1091043

12/03/2002

Latest income £600,289,087

[Dec 2017]

The CHILDREN's INVESTMENT FUND FOUNDATION IS AN INDEPENDENT PHILANTHROPIC ORGANISATION, WORKING with PARTNERS to TRANSFORM the LIVES of POOR and VULNERABLE CHILDREN in DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. USING DATA and EVIDENCE for IMPACT AT SCALE, CIFF's FOCUS AREAS INCLUDE CHILDREN and MOTHERS' HEALTH and NUTRITION, CHILDREN's EDUCATION and WELFARE, and SMART WAYS to SLOWDOWN CLIMATE CHANGE.

Makes grants

Work in United States, France, Ireland, Philippines, Netherlands, Kenya, Malawi, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Brazil, Zimbabwe, China, Switzerland, Uganda, Madagascar, Spain, Italy, Bangladesh, India, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Ghana, Mexico, Rwanda, Nigeria, Australia, South Africa and Mozambique

UK registered office: London

Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind

Charity number 207544

22/09/1962

Latest income £321,711,000

[Dec 2017]

Seventy five per cent of blindness in the world is either avoidable or treatable. Sightsavers works with partners in developing countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people. Our work alleviates poverty among poor and marginalised communities and thus helps to realise the internationally accepted Millenium Development Goals.

Makes grants

Work in Togo, Guinea, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Burkina Faso, Sri Lanka, Benin, India, Senegal, Mali, The Gambia, Uganda, Côte d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Kenya, Cameroon, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zambia, Sudan, Bangladesh, Malawi, Liberia, Pakistan and Guinea-Bissau

UK registered office: South East

Marie Stopes International

Charity number 265543

09/05/1973

Latest income £296,124,000

[Dec 2017]

Marie Stopes International provides women around the world with a range of quality sexual and reproductive health services. Our expert teams offer a full range of methods of contraception and access to safe abortion services and post-abortion care through over 600 centres, 2,900 private providers in our franchise network, and outreach teams who travel to more than 30,000 hard to reach locations.

Makes grants

Work in Vietnam, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana, Nepal, Mexico, Malawi, United States, Senegal, Pakistan, Australia, Austria, Kenya, Mongolia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Zimbabwe, Cambodia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Jordan, Philippines, South Africa, Romania, Burkina Faso, Papua New Guinea, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Niger, Madagascar, Bolivia, Yemen, Zambia, Uganda, Timor-Leste, Sierra Leone, Bangladesh, China and India

UK registered office: London

The British Red Cross Society

Charity number 220949

21/03/1963

Latest income £284,500,000

[Dec 2017]

The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global network of volunteers, responding to natural disasters, conflicts and individual emergencies. We enable vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their own communities. and when the crisis is over, we help people to recover and move on with their lives.

Makes grants

Work in India, Uganda, Afghanistan, Sudan, Antigua and Barbuda, Côte d'Ivoire, South Africa, Nepal, Myanmar, Guinea, Timor-Leste, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Iraq, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Italy, Lebanon, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Ukraine, Ecuador, Haiti, North Korea, Syria, Mongolia, Djibouti, Philippines, Yemen, South Sudan, Greece, Somalia, Senegal, Lesotho and Turks and Caicos Islands

UK registered office: London

Macmillan Cancer Support

Charity number 261017

21/06/1989

Latest income £252,692,000

[Dec 2017]

Macmillan Cancer Support exists to help improve the lives of people affected by cancer - those with cancer and their families, carers and communities. We are a source for support, helping anyone affected by cancer navigate through the system to get what they need, and a force for change, working to improve cancer care.

Makes grants

Work in Jersey, Isle of Man and Guernsey

UK registered office: London

The Salvation Army

Charity number 214779

15/02/1963

Latest income £231,372,000

[Mar 2018]

A Christian Movement committed to putting belief into action: taking a holistic approach, engaging with physical, emotional and spiritual needs, offering services without discrimination. in addition to Christian Worship, in buildings and the open air, services include drop in centres, lunch clubs, parent and toddler groups, debt advice, youth clubs, after school clubs & emergency food parcels.

Work in Guernsey, Jersey and Isle of Man

UK registered office: London

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Charity number 209603

27/03/1963

Latest income £202,351,522

[Dec 2017]

To save lives, promote safety and rescue service efficiency, and provide relief from disaster at sea and on inland and flood waters; to advance the education of the public in matters relating to sea, inland and flood water safety, and in the history and heritage of the Institution; to relieve/assist those who have been involved in saving lives at sea and on inland and flood waters in any capacity.

Makes grants

Work in Guernsey, Tanzania, Ireland, Bangladesh, Isle of Man and Jersey

UK registered office: South West

Oasis International Association

Charity number 1098100

19/06/2003

Latest income £182,016,000

[Aug 2018]

Provides leadership and capacity building to the work of Oasis in nine countries including training, resourcing and strategic input.

Work in South Africa, India, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Kyrgyzstan, United States, Mozambique and Belgium

UK registered office: London

Bangor University

Charity number 1141565

21/04/2011

Latest income £164,877,000

[Jul 2018]

TEACHING, RESEARCH and the PROMOTION of ECONOMIC, SOCIAL and CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT.

Work in China

UK registered office: Wales

The Archbishops' Council

Charity number 1074857

25/03/1999

Latest income £149,885,000

[Dec 2018]

Enabling, supporting, sustaining & advancing of the Church's: -worship, spiritual & numerical growth -engagement with social justice & environmental issues -work in education, lifelong learning & discipleship -selection, training and resourcing of people for public ministry & lay vocations -inherited fabric of buildings, to maintain & develop these for worship & community service.

Makes grants

Work in Isle of Man

UK registered office: London

The Salvation Army Social Work Trust

Charity number 215174

13/02/1963

Latest income £135,457,000

[Mar 2018]

The provision of supported accommodation for homeless people Older peoples housing and support Work to help unemployed people back into work Anti-Human Trafficking work Addiction Support Services Outreach programmes and services to communities Family tracing service Frontline assistance to emergency services personnel and people affected by disasters

Work in Germany and Isle of Man

UK registered office: London

Islamic Relief Worldwide

Charity number 328158

06/04/1989

Latest income £126,546,524

[Dec 2017]

1. Responding to emergencies 2. Caring for orphans and children in need 3. Supporting education 4. Providing access to health care and water 5. Promoting sustainable livelihood 6. Campaigning and advocacy on humanitrian issues

Makes grants

Work in Syria, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, Israel, Australia, Sudan, Turkey, Libya, Malaysia, Niger, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Guinea, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Haiti, South Sudan, Jordan, Kenya, Philippines, Indonesia, Chad, Afghanistan, Greece, Sri Lanka, Russia, Nepal, Malawi, Pakistan, North Macedonia, Yemen, China, India, Somalia, South Africa, Qatar, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Albania, Kosovo, Mali, Central African Republic, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Egypt, Ireland, Kuwait, Ethiopia and Myanmar

UK registered office: West Midlands

Christian Aid

Charity number 1105851

13/09/2004

Latest income £117,917,000

[Mar 2018]

We work with the worlds poorest people to tackle the causes and consequences of poverty. Our work is centred around our strategic change objectives: Power to change institutions; the right to essential services; Fair shares in a constrained world; Equality for all; Tackling violence, building peace. We work with others as part of a global movement committed to ending poverty and social injustice.

Makes grants

Work in Mali, Sierra Leone, Angola, Libya, Pakistan, Malawi, Sudan, Peru, Nepal, Bangladesh, South Africa, Myanmar, Israel, Colombia, Nigeria, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Iraq, Zimbabwe, Uganda, India, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Lebanon, Burundi, Egypt, Nicaragua, Brazil, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Zambia, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Serbia, Kenya, Bolivia and Philippines

UK registered office: London

International Medical Corps (UK)

Charity number 1093861

19/09/2002

Latest income £113,079,711

[Jun 2018]

International Medical Corps UK works alongside its affiliate International Medical Corps, responding to humanitarian emergencies and communities afflicted by conflict, poverty and natural disaster in more than thirty countries around the world. It achieves this, through the provision of medical aid, health care training and health care programmes.

Work in Indonesia, Mali, Afghanistan, Chad, Yemen, Turkey, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, South Sudan, Nigeria, Lebanon, Ukraine, Ethiopia, Iraq, Burundi, Jordan, Cameroon, Somalia, Central African Republic, Syria and Libya

UK registered office: London

The Royal National Theatre

Charity number 224223

17/04/1963

Latest income £107,800,000

[Apr 2018]

The National Theatre is central to the creative life of the UK. in its three theatres on the South Bank in London it presents new plays and classics from the world repertoire. It extends its reach through live broadcasts into cinema, UK and International tours and deepens audience engagement through its education programme. It looks after the wider health of theatre through R&D at the NT Studio.

Work in Germany, United States, Netherlands and China

UK registered office: London

Dogs Trust

Charity number 227523

07/06/1963

Latest income £106,446,000

[Dec 2017]

Dogs Trust operates a network of 20 Rehoming centres across the UK. Each centre 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 educational material on responsible dog ownership for all ages.

Makes grants

Work in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Ireland

UK registered office: London

Cardiff Metropolitan University

Charity number 1140762

10/03/2011

Latest income £103,695,000

[Jul 2018]

Teaching and research opportunities for the public benefit

Work in Egypt, Singapore, South Africa, Ireland, Lebanon, India, China, South Korea, Bulgaria, Sri Lanka, Greece, Malaysia and Morocco

UK registered office: Wales

World Vision UK

Charity number 285908

06/01/1983

Latest income £93,192,646

[Sep 2017]

World Vision UK is an international Christian children's charity working to bring hope to millions of children in the world's hardest places. Our work involves long-term sustainable development programmes focused on children, their families & communities; relief and rehabilitation in response to humanitarian emergencies and advocacy to challenge the policies and practices that perpetuate poverty.

Makes grants

Work in Tanzania, Central African Republic, Somalia, Burundi, Sudan, Niger, Bolivia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Nepal, Iraq, Thailand, Mongolia, Cambodia, Colombia, Rwanda, Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zambia, Mozambique, Pakistan, Albania, Ecuador, Uganda, Honduras, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Angola, Lebanon, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, Haiti, Myanmar, India, Armenia, Jordan, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Timor-Leste, Philippines, Bangladesh and Senegal

UK registered office: South East

The Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon

Charity number 212481

10/04/1963

Latest income £85,183,000

[Mar 2018]

To conserve, advance and disseminate the dramatic heritage of Shakespeare and advance and improve the dramatic art in the UK and throughout the world; producing and presenting dramatic performances of all kinds and teaching, training and other educational activities. These objectives are achieved by the production of plays by Shakespeare, other classic playwrights and commissioning new work.

Work in United States

UK registered office: West Midlands

The Prince's Trust

Charity number 1079675

02/03/2000

Latest income £72,892,000

[Mar 2018]

The Prince's Trust's vision is that every young person should have the chance to succeed and its mission is to help young people transform their lives by developing the confidence and skills to live, learn and earn.

Work in United States, New Zealand, Australia and Canada

UK registered office: London

WWF - UK

Charity number 1081247

23/06/2000

Latest income £67,631,000

[Jun 2018]

WWF-UK's mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and reducing pollution and wasteful consumption.

Makes grants

Work in New Zealand, Mozambique, Belgium, Netherlands, Colombia, Paraguay, Australia, Pakistan, Zambia, France, Canada, Nepal, Malaysia, Russia, Switzerland, Namibia, China, Bhutan, Rwanda, Bolivia, Fiji, Italy, Kenya, Gabon, Spain, Vietnam, Singapore, Uganda, Brazil, Indonesia, Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Cameroon, Norway, United States, Tanzania, Estonia and India

UK registered office: South East

The Royal Society of Chemistry

Charity number 207890

24/12/1963

Latest income £63,414,000

[Dec 2017]

We are the world's leading chemistry community and our mission is to advance excellence in the chemical sciences.

Makes grants

Work in Japan, China, United States, Germany, India and Brazil

UK registered office: East of England

HCT Group

Charity number 1091318

22/03/2002

Latest income £63,187,747

[Apr 2018]

TRANSPORT SERVICES and TRAINING SERVICES

Work in Guernsey and Jersey

UK registered office: London

Malaria Consortium

Charity number 1099776

01/10/2003

Latest income £63,055,790

[Mar 2018]

Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of malaria and communicable diseases Reaching vulnerable and hard to reach populations Health systems strengthening and capacity Childhood illnesses Map Neglected Tropical Diseases Operational research Monitoring and Evaluation Advocacy and communication

Work in South Sudan, Mozambique, Burkina Faso, Chad, Cambodia, Myanmar, Uganda, Ethiopia, Thailand and Nigeria

UK registered office: London

The Institution of Engineering and Technology

Charity number 211014

06/02/1964

Latest income £61,780,000

[Dec 2017]

Education, policy & awareness activities engage the public in the role of science, engineering & technology in enhancing peoples' lives. IET gathers & distributes knowledge content via a variety of channels to a global audience, drawing on the unique strengths of its membership. Membership & professional development focuses on career long professional development & registration of individuals.

Makes grants

Work in Singapore, Netherlands, Germany, Hong Kong, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Luxembourg, Norway, Malaysia, Malta, Trinidad and Tobago, Sweden, Belgium, Canada, Pakistan, New Zealand, Brunei, Greece, Switzerland, Cyprus, South Africa, Mauritius, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, India, France, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Czechia, Jordan, Jersey, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Nigeria, China, Taiwan, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Australia, Israel and United States

UK registered office: London

The Halo Trust

Charity number 1001813

05/02/1991

Latest income £61,129,000

[Mar 2018]

HALO 1. Helps to eliminate the threat to lives and livelihoods posed by landmines and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW); 2. Designs and delivers physical security & stockpile management (PSSM) of explosive ammunition for the protection of civilians; 3. Reduces the potential for armed violence in fragile states; 4. Responds rapidly to crises to alleviate suffering and enable humanitarian efforts.

Work in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Laos, Guinea-Bissau, Colombia, Syria, Kosovo, Guatemala, Afghanistan, Armenia, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Mozambique, Angola, Jordan, Zimbabwe, Cambodia, Georgia, Somalia, Côte d'Ivoire, Ukraine, Myanmar and Sri Lanka

UK registered office: Scotland

The Mines Advisory Group

Charity number 1083008

24/10/2000

Latest income £60,872,000

[Jun 2018]

Our vision is a safe & secure future for men,women & children affected by armed violence & conflict.MAG assists people through mine action & Arms Management & Destruction.We seek to address the human impact of landmines,cluster munitions & ERW & we work to reduce the risk & impact of unplanned explosions at munitions sites & the risk of weapons & munitions being diverted to the illicit arms trade.

Work in South Sudan, Mexico, Cambodia, Angola, Laos, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Iraq, Somalia, Burkina Faso, Chad, Senegal, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Lebanon, Vietnam, Mali, Syria, Mauritania, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Peru

UK registered office: North West

Human Appeal

Charity number 1154288

21/10/2013

Latest income £59,889,361

[Dec 2017]

Human Appeal changed its legal structure from a Trust to a Charitable Company (No:1154288). the historical information is available on Charity Commission under (previous Charity Number: 1005733) We aim to provide a holistic approach to humanitarian relief and development: 1. Emergency & relief programmes 2. Sustainable development 3. Orphans programmes 4. Social programmes.

Makes grants

Work in Bangladesh, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Jordan, India, Myanmar, Turkey, Somalia, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria, Yemen and Sri Lanka

UK registered office: North West

Marlborough College

Charity number 309486

08/10/1963

Latest income £59,788,000

[Aug 2018]

Marlborough College is incorporated by Royal Charter and registered as an education charity. the College provides education for boys and girls for the ages 13-18. the number of pupils in the College averaged 924 of whom 888 were boarders and 36 were day pupils. Under its grant making policy the total number of pupils receiving fee assistance in the academic year 2014/15 was 119.

Work in Malaysia

UK registered office: South West

Care International UK

Charity number 292506

23/08/1985

Latest income £55,644,000

[Jun 2018]

CARE International is a global Charity dedicated to ending poverty. We work in 87 of the poorest countries worldwide. We aim for long-term impact through our humanitarian and development work.

Makes grants

Work in Belgium, Brazil, Malawi, Egypt, Indonesia, Bolivia, Pakistan, Ghana, Mali, Angola, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Philippines, Laos, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Yemen, Somalia, Zambia, Haiti, Myanmar, Peru, Sierra Leone, Vanuatu, Bangladesh, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Nepal, Burundi, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Rwanda, India, Côte d'Ivoire, Ecuador, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Jordan, Niger, Sudan, Tanzania, Liberia, Turkey and Timor-Leste

UK registered office: London