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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 ?

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

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

Age UK

Charity number 1128267

25/02/2009

Latest income £147,404,000

[Mar 2018]

Age UK aims to create a world where older people can live their lives free from poverty, isolation and neglect. It raises awareness of issues affecting older people in the UK and overseas, researches and campaigns for changes in policy and practice, and offers practical support to disadvantaged older people. It is funded by individuals, companies and trusts.

Makes grants

Work in Nepal, Uganda, Sudan, Vietnam, Kenya, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Slovenia, South Korea, Myanmar, Zimbabwe, Kyrgyzstan, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Colombia, Yemen, Jordan, Ukraine, Russia, India, Pakistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Thailand, Mozambique, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Ethiopia, South Africa, Haiti, South Sudan, China and Albania

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

The Royal National Institute of Blind People

Charity number 226227

21/03/1963

Latest income £118,727,000

[Mar 2018]

RNIB is the UK's leading charity offering information, support and advice to over two million people with sight problems. Our work helps anyone with a sight problem - with braille, Talking Books, education and imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges. We fight for equal rights for people with sight problems. Contact the Helpline on 0303 123 9999 or visit WWW.rnib.org.UK

Makes grants

Work in Isle of Man

UK registered office: London

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

The Abbeyfield Society

Charity number 200719

22/09/1962

Latest income £55,373,000

[Mar 2018]

Provides advocacy/advice/information Acts as umbrella or resource body. Provision of accommodation/services for the elderly

Work in United States, Australia, Germany, Mexico, Canada, Ireland, France, Italy, Belgium, New Zealand, Poland, Netherlands and Japan

UK registered office: East of England

Autism Initiatives Group

Charity number 1170634

08/12/2016

Latest income £51,523,000

[Mar 2018]

Group activities are to ; - provide assessment, care, education, employment and meaningful activity to individuals with autism spectrum condition. - provide information and support to individuals with ASC, their families and carers - expand education and care provision Parent company activities are to provide estate, administration and corporate support services to the charitable subsidiaries

Work in Ireland

UK registered office: North West

Blue Cross

Charity number 224392

08/02/1965

Latest income £38,964,000

[Dec 2017]

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: South East

World Animal Protection

Charity number 1081849

04/08/2000

Latest income £37,433,000

[Dec 2017]

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

UK registered office: London

Aga Khan Foundation (United Kingdom)

Charity number 266518

04/12/1973

Latest income £37,289,000

[Dec 2017]

The AKF(UK) is an affiliate of the International Aga Khan Foundation and part of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). the principal activity of the Charity is to promote and provide for the advancement of education, health, rural development, the environment and support to civil society organisations for the public benefit.

Makes grants

Work in Afghanistan, Uganda, Mali, India, Mozambique, Madagascar, Egypt, Tanzania, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, United Arab Emirates, Tajikistan, Portugal and Kyrgyzstan

UK registered office: London

Depaul International

Charity number 1107385

21/12/2004

Latest income £36,833,000

[Dec 2017]

Depaul International, through its subsidiaries, works with homeless and disadvantaged people in the provision of accommodation and support services in the UK, Ireland, Slovakia, Ukraine, USA and France, with plans for expansion into other countries over time.

Work in United States, Ireland, Slovakia, Ukraine and France

UK registered office: London

Stroke Association

Charity number 211015

14/01/1963

Latest income £35,015,000

[Mar 2018]

The CHARITY OPERATES THROUGHOUT the UK. WE PROVIDE SUPPORT SERVICES to EVERYONE AFFECTED BY STROKE, INCLUDING FAMILIES and CARERS. WE RAISE AWARENESS of STROKE and CAMPAIGN for BETTER EMERGENCY, REHABILITATION and SUPPORT SERVICES. WE INVEST in STROKE RESEARCH to HELP REDUCE the INCIDENCE of STROKE, to FIND the BEST TREATMENT and LONG TERM CARE and IMPROVE QUALITY of LIFE for STROKE SURVIVORS.

Makes grants

Work in Isle of Man and Jersey

UK registered office: London

Camfed International

Charity number 1029161

26/11/1993

Latest income £33,841,806

[Dec 2017]

Camfed tackles poverty and inequality by supporting girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change. Camfed invests in girls and women in the poorest rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa, where girls face acute disadvantage. and where their empowerment is now transforming communities.

Makes grants

Work in Malawi, Ghana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa and United States

UK registered office: East of England

Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now

Charity number 1160558

18/02/2015

Latest income £30,503,000

[Jul 2018]

We're Breast Cancer Now, the UK's largest breast cancer charity and we're dedicated to funding research into this devastating disease. We're bringing together all those affected by the disease to improve the way we prevent, detect, treat and stop the disease. We believe that if we all act now, by 2050 everyone who develops breast cancer will live.

Makes grants

Work in Ireland and United States

UK registered office: London

Girl Effect

Charity number 1141155

04/04/2011

Latest income £30,380,639

[May 2018]

Girl Effect delivers results for girls through a unique combination of expertise on and learning from adolescent girls; communications; innovation; and influencing to take action to scale. It develops widespread social communications to inspire and engage girls, and shape how societies view and value girls. It also informs and influences decision makers to invest in programmes that benefit girls.

Makes grants

Work in Nigeria, Rwanda, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Tanzania, India and Malawi

UK registered office: London

Arundel and Brighton Diocesan Trust

Charity number 252878

11/07/1967

Latest income £28,070,000

[Dec 2017]

The advancement of the Roman Catholic religion and education within the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton and beyond. the Diocese covers the city of Brighton & Hove, the counties of East and West Sussex, and Surrey outside the London boroughs.

Makes grants

Work in Greece and Peru

UK registered office: South East

The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

Charity number 1081009

02/06/2000

Latest income £27,151,000

[Dec 2017]

(a) Providing relief and assistance to past and present members of the Royal Air Force and their dependants who are in need as a result of poverty, disability, sickness, infirmity or otherwise. (B) enhancing the morale and well being of serving members of the Royal Air Force (C)Maintaining the RAF war memorial on the Victoria embankment, London.

Makes grants

Work in Israel, Netherlands, Kenya, Poland, Chile, Guyana, Germany, Australia, United States, Singapore, Turkey, Philippines, Ireland, Malaysia, Iceland, Spain, Cyprus, Mexico, Canada, Bulgaria, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Argentina, Thailand, New Zealand, Greece, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Hungary, Malta, Portugal, France, India and Belgium

UK registered office: London

Caribbean Biodiversity Fund

Charity number 1149889

23/11/2012

Latest income £24,175,070

[Sep 2017]

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

UK registered office: North West

Al-Khair Foundation

Charity number 1126808

19/11/2008

Latest income £23,736,258

[Jul 2018]

The main objectives are to advance the education of young people and adults in the UK and implement charitable projects in key countries improving the quality of life and sustainability.

Makes grants

Work in Indonesia, South Africa, Kenya, Sudan, Nepal, Somalia, Chad, Malaysia, India, Bangladesh, Djibouti, Jordan, Greece, Syria, Yemen, Myanmar, Turkey, Tanzania, Australia, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Togo and Pakistan

UK registered office: London

The Institute of Physics

Charity number 293851

21/03/1986

Latest income £23,348,000

[Dec 2017]

Implementation of various projects aimed to promote the advancement and dissemination of a knowledge and education in the science of physics, pure and applied. Communicating importance of physics to all audiences, increasing awareness of and participation in physics. Maintaining and increasing membership.

Work in Ireland

UK registered office: London

1509 Group

Charity number 1084866

01/02/2001

Latest income £22,646,169

[Jul 2018]

The charity acts solely as the Corporate Trustee of the King Edward VIth Grammar School, Guildford, registered charity number 312028.

Work in Qatar

UK registered office: South East

Birdlife International

Charity number 1042125

19/11/1994

Latest income £22,287,367

[Dec 2017]

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 Fiji, Jordan, Cambodia, Ecuador, Belgium, Ghana, Kenya, Japan and Singapore

UK registered office: East of England

Helpage International

Charity number 288180

17/11/1983

Latest income £21,924,000

[Mar 2018]

HelpAge International's vision is a world in which all older people fulfil their potential to lead dignified, active, healthy and secure lives. We work with our partners to ensure that people everywhere understand how much older people contribute to society and that they must enjoy their right to healthcare, social services and economic and physical security.

Makes grants

Work in Zambia, Iraq, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Nepal, Jamaica, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Tanzania, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Haiti, South Africa, India, Sudan, Ukraine, Kenya, Pakistan, Moldova, South Sudan, China, Russia, Mozambique, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Colombia, Kyrgyzstan, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burkina Faso, Philippines and Myanmar

UK registered office: London

The Vodafone Foundation

Charity number 1089625

04/12/2001

Latest income £21,784,361

[Mar 2018]

The Vodafone Foundation is at the centre of a network of 28 global & local social investment programmes. Through this unique network, we are able to think & act locally & respond to the needs of the communities in which Vodafone operates. Globally, we harness the power of mobile technology to deliver long-term sustainable programmes that drive transformational change & support disaster response.

Makes grants

Work in Malta, Egypt, Italy, Portugal, India, Spain, New Zealand, Lesotho, Greece, Mozambique, Qatar, Turkey, Ghana, Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Australia, Tanzania, Kenya, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Albania, United States, Luxembourg, Romania, Hungary and Czechia

UK registered office: London

Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts

Charity number 207238

22/09/1962

Latest income £19,963,052

[Mar 2018]

RSWT's objects are to promote the conservation and study of nature, the promotion of research into such conservation and to educate the public in understanding and appreciating nature, in the awareness of its value and in the need for conservation. the Society primarily does this by supporting the work of the Wildlife Trusts to restore 'A Living Landscape' and secure 'Living Seas'.

Makes grants

Work in Isle of Man

UK registered office: East Midlands

Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines

Charity number 1115606

28/07/2006

Latest income £19,218,616

[Mar 2018]

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

UK registered office: Scotland

Virunga Foundation

Charity number 1111806

25/10/2005

Latest income £19,197,357

[Dec 2018]

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: London

The World Federation of Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri Muslim Communities

Charity number 282303

01/06/1982

Latest income £18,182,386

[Dec 2017]

The World Federation of KSIMC provides these activities through its Regional Federations and partners based internationally in America, Europe, Africa, Pakistan, India and Australia.

Makes grants

Work in South Africa, Sweden, Norway, Kenya, Iraq, Lebanon, India, Poland, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Australia, Canada, Greece, United States, United Arab Emirates, Haiti, Bangladesh, Yemen, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Austria, Tanzania, Mozambique, Pakistan and Bosnia and Herzegovina

UK registered office: London

The Marine Society and Sea Cadets

Charity number 313013

25/10/1962

Latest income £17,998,000

[Mar 2018]

Promoting Sea Cadet activity. Supporting the maritime industry. Franchisor and primary support for Sea Cadet units ? local groups constituted as separately registered charities. Supporting the maritime industry through the Marine Society, allowing seafarers access to lifelong learning opportunities, a ships? library service, and the provision of financial support for professional advancement.

Makes grants

Work in Bermuda, Jersey, Malta and Guernsey

UK registered office: London