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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

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

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

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

Actionaid

Charity number 274467

28/10/1972

Latest income £55,037,000

[Dec 2017]

ActionAid UK is part of an international federation working in 44 countries. We provide support and humanitarian assistance to people living in poverty and on the margins of survival. Together we demand action at local, national and international level. We don't walk away until we've achieved lasting change.

Makes grants

Work in Ireland, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Bangladesh, Peru, The Gambia, South Africa, United States, Vietnam, Sierra Leone, India, Sweden, Tunisia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Vanuatu, Somalia, Belgium, Australia, Jordan, Senegal, Ghana, Afghanistan, Zambia, Brazil, Burundi, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Netherlands, Nepal, Mozambique, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Lebanon, Nigeria, Philippines, Malawi, Thailand, Cambodia, Ecuador, France, Denmark, Haiti, Myanmar, Rwanda, Guatemala, Greece and Lesotho

UK registered office: London

Catholic Agency for Overseas Development

Charity number 1160384

09/02/2015

Latest income £52,602,000

[Mar 2018]

CAFOD is the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England & Wales. We: - work with communities in the global South to overcome poverty - protect lives & relieve suffering during emergencies - raise awareness of the causes of poverty to inspire a commitment to lasting change - challenge those with power to adopt policies and behaviour that promote justice & end poverty

Makes grants

Work in Nepal, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, Lebanon, El Salvador, Malawi, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Burundi, India, Honduras, Jordan, Vanuatu, Eswatini, Liberia, Zambia, Afghanistan, Nicaragua, Philippines, Eritrea, Guatemala, Greece, Cambodia, Syria, Israel, Chile, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Myanmar, Bolivia, Serbia, Peru, Pakistan, Niger, Brazil, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Bangladesh, Uganda, Sudan, Kenya, Colombia and Sri Lanka

UK registered office: London

Christian Vision

Charity number 1031031

06/01/1994

Latest income £48,798,654

[Dec 2017]

Advancement of the Christian faith; relief of needy, aged or sick people; advancement of Christian based education; promotion of good citizenship and moral values and purposes beneficial to the community. Mission statement: to introduce people to Jesus and encourage those who acknowledge Him to accept Him as the Son of God and become His true followers.

Makes grants

Work in Bolivia, Zambia, Egypt, Germany, United States, Philippines, Angola, Ukraine, Brazil, Timor-Leste, Myanmar, Venezuela, South Africa, India, China, Argentina, Australia and Indonesia

UK registered office: West Midlands

Compassion UK Christian Child Development

Charity number 1077216

27/08/1999

Latest income £41,598,000

[Jun 2018]

To advance the christian faith in all or any part of the world. the relief of poverty, suffering or distress amongst children. the education and training of children. the development of children to social and spiritual maturity.

Makes grants

Work in Mexico, Ecuador, Peru, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Bolivia, Ghana, Haiti, Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Ethiopia, Honduras, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Tanzania, Togo, Guatemala, Philippines, Thailand, Uganda and Rwanda

UK registered office: South East

The Donkey Sanctuary

Charity number 264818

26/03/1973

Latest income £37,559,000

[Dec 2017]

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 Ireland, Serbia, The Gambia, Egypt, India, Kenya, Greece, United States, Jamaica, South Africa, Slovenia, Malawi, Cameroon, Netherlands, Mexico, Ethiopia, Somalia, Spain, Italy, Zambia, Sri Lanka, Belgium, Brazil, Lesotho, Turks and Caicos Islands, Albania, Morocco, Cyprus, Romania, Tanzania, Nepal, France, Zimbabwe and Portugal

UK registered office: South West

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

Shell Foundation

Charity number 1080999

02/06/2000

Latest income £26,971,280

[Dec 2017]

Shell Foundation mission is to apply business thinking to major social and environmental issues linked to the energy sector - and seek to relieve poverty and hardship and protect the environment, for the public benefit, through the promotion and development of business-based solutions and supportive market environments, to target large scale impact.

Makes grants

Work in Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Kenya, Colombia, Jordan, Brazil, Uganda, China, Oman, Switzerland, Haiti, United States, India, Ghana, Nigeria and Iraq

UK registered office: London

Marine Stewardship Council

Charity number 1066806

10/12/1997

Latest income £24,878,504

[Mar 2018]

MSC defines what is a sustainable fishery via its Standard. Fisheries then apply to be independently assessed against the MSC Standard. If the independent assessment team concludes the fishery passes the assessment product from that fishery can be labled with MSCS logo. This allows consumers to make an informned decision at their local retailer to buy fish products from a sustainable source.

Work in Denmark, South Africa, Germany, United States, Poland, Singapore, Chile, Sweden, China, Finland, Russia, Japan, Australia, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, France, Brazil, Canada and Iceland

UK registered office: London

Fauna & Flora International

Charity number 1011102

13/05/1992

Latest income £23,185,530

[Dec 2017]

FFI acts to conserve threatened species and ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science, and take into account human needs.

Makes grants

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

UK registered office: East of England

The Haddad Foundation

Charity number 1164463

18/11/2015

Latest income £20,389,291

[Dec 2017]

The Foundation operates as a grant-maker, with a particular focus on advancing higher education and on young people from or in Brazil.

Makes grants

Work in Portugal, United States, Ireland and Brazil

UK registered office: London

United Purpose

Charity number 272465

15/12/1976

Latest income £18,183,770

[Mar 2018]

United Purpose's activities can be broadly summarised as follows: Partnership and local capacity strengthening; Emergency prevention, preparedness and response; Health, including HIV/AIDS prevention and care; Rights and equity; Water and sanitation; Sustainable livelihoods, including food security and micro-enterprise.

Makes grants

Work in Kenya, Guinea, Ghana, The Gambia, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Malawi, Mozambique and Brazil

UK registered office: Wales

CDP Worldwide

Charity number 1122330

15/01/2008

Latest income £15,000,000

[Mar 2018]

CDP works with market forces to motivate companies to disclose their impacts on the environment and natural resources and take action to reduce them. CDP now holds the largest collection globally of primary climate change, water and forest-risk information and puts these insights at the heart of strategic business, investment and policy decisions.

Work in Brazil, United States, Australia, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India and Japan

UK registered office: London

The Forest Trust

Charity number 1114277

18/05/2006

Latest income £13,516,582

[Dec 2017]

TFTis working on the ground in forests, farms and factories helping companies and communities deliver Responsible Products that respect the environment and improve people's lives.

Work in Australia, Cameroon, China, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, India, Switzerland, Laos, Côte d'Ivoire, United States, France, Brazil and Malaysia

UK registered office: South East

Academy of Medical Sciences

Charity number 1070618

21/07/1998

Latest income £11,848,796

[Mar 2018]

Please see the Report of the Trustees

Makes grants

Work in Malaysia and Brazil

UK registered office: London

Maria Assumpta Trust

Charity number 1127151

11/12/2008

Latest income £10,540,000

[Dec 2017]

The Charity was formed in October 2008, its funds were invested to generate income to fund the payment of donations and grants. the trustees review requests for funds from overseas members of the Congregation and make grants as they judge appropriate. the Trustees have established a Grant Making Policy and procedures and guidelines for grant applications are in place.

Makes grants

Work in Côte d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Rwanda, Brazil and India

UK registered office: London

Philharmonia Ltd

Charity number 250277

28/11/1966

Latest income £10,041,485

[Mar 2018]

The charitable objectives are: the advancement of public education through the promotion and support of the art of music, particularly by the promotion and encouragement of orchestral music. We achieve this by maintaining a symphony orchestra of the highest quality.

Work in Switzerland, France, Australia, Germany, Poland, Brazil, Slovenia, Belgium, South Korea, Spain, Italy, Russia, Finland, Mexico, Japan, Colombia, Peru, Greece, Luxembourg, United Arab Emirates, Austria, United States, China, Netherlands, Iceland, Isle of Man and Kazakhstan

UK registered office: London

Alpha International

Charity number 1086179

18/04/2001

Latest income £9,903,192

[Dec 2017]

The advancement and propagation of the Christian Gospel and the promotion of teaching on all aspects of the Christian life and faith in accordance with Biblical principles. This includes the development of and making available the Alpha Course and its related ministries.

Makes grants

Work in Philippines, Indonesia, Uganda, Myanmar, Cambodia, Argentina, India, Mauritius, Colombia, South Africa, Ecuador, Spain, France, Vietnam, United States, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Trinidad and Tobago, Botswana, Rwanda, Thailand, Liberia, Kenya, Hong Kong, South Korea, Mexico, Japan, Germany, Estonia, Sierra Leone, Zambia, Singapore, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Egypt, Burundi, Netherlands, Zimbabwe, Brazil and Ghana

UK registered office: London

British Safety Council

Charity number 1097271

29/04/2003

Latest income £9,351,003

[Dec 2017]

1. to be an International authority on health, safety and sustainability. 2. to influence the health, safety and sustainability agendas. 3. to enhance the performance of organisations through education, training, auditing and recognition. 4. to help more individuals improve their capability through the attainment of recognised qualifications.

Work in Romania, Italy, Barbados, Cyprus, China, Malta, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, India, Tunisia, Kenya, Ghana, Pakistan, Zambia, Turkey, Kuwait, Singapore, Oman, France, Iceland, Brazil, Switzerland, Qatar, Bangladesh, Greece, Austria, Denmark, Egypt, Nigeria, Ireland, Jamaica and Saudi Arabia

UK registered office: London

Traffic International

Charity number 1076722

23/07/1999

Latest income £9,161,011

[Jun 2018]

TRAFFIC works to ensure that trade is not a threat to the conservation of nature. TRAFFIC actively monitors and investigates wildlife trade and advocates policy messages to diverse audiences worldwide. TRAFFIC International is the co-ordinating office of the TRAFFIC network with functions that include strategic direction, network operations, programme development and delivery, and communications

Work in South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, India, United States, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Cameroon, Germany, France, Canada, Estonia, Ecuador, Georgia, Peru, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, China, Sweden, Spain, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, Kenya, Malaysia, Thailand, Costa Rica, Vietnam, Netherlands and Hong Kong

UK registered office: East of England

The Institute for Fiscal Studies

Charity number 258815

12/06/1969

Latest income £8,834,706

[Dec 2017]

The Institute for Fiscal Studies is a research institute which exists to provide top quality economic analysis independent of government, political party or any other vested interest. Our goal is to promote effective economic and social policies by understanding better their impact on individuals, families, businesses and the government's finances.

Work in Colombia, Australia, Uganda, Brazil, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria and India

UK registered office: London

The Cochrane Collaboration

Charity number 1045921

26/04/1995

Latest income £8,669,412

[Dec 2017]

Cochrane is a global independent network of health practitioners, researchers, patient advocates and others, responding to the challenge of making the vast amounts of evidence generated through research useful for informing decisions about health. We are a not-for-profit organisation with more than 38,000 collaborators from over 120 countries..

Makes grants

Work in Finland, Spain, India, Poland, Bahrain, Kenya, Sweden, United States, Pakistan, Croatia, Austria, Denmark, Mexico, Belgium, South Africa, Italy, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, Uganda, Norway, South Korea, Thailand, Switzerland, Chile, Netherlands, Nepal, Greece, Romania, Portugal, Costa Rica, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Hungary, Japan, Nigeria, Brazil, Panama, Hong Kong, France, New Zealand, Russia, Canada, Singapore, Taiwan, Australia and China

UK registered office: London

Article 19

Charity number 327421

07/01/1987

Latest income £7,813,479

[Dec 2017]

ARTICLE 19 monitors, researches, publishes, advocates, campaigns, sets standards and litigates on behalf of freedom of expression wherever it is threatened.

Work in Tajikistan, Senegal, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Tunisia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Cambodia, Turkey, Russia, Indonesia, Brazil, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Mexico and Iran

UK registered office: London

Ubs Optimus Foundation UK

Charity number 1153537

27/08/2013

Latest income £6,318,898

[Dec 2017]

UBS of UK is committed to the well-being of children in need around the world and supports initiatives to improve their education, protection and health.

Makes grants

Work in Switzerland, Germany, Mexico, China, India, Peru, Nepal, Philippines, Côte d'Ivoire, Indonesia, Cameroon, South Africa, Bangladesh, Liberia, Hong Kong, Ghana and Brazil

UK registered office: London

The Society of Dyers and Colourists

Charity number 212331

08/11/1962

Latest income £6,216,303

[Dec 2017]

Promote the advancement of technology both in the theory and in the practice of the creation and use of colour and colouring matter. Full details are available in the Objects contained in the SDC Royal Charter available via our website at WWW.SDC.org.UK

Makes grants

Work in Latvia, India, Belgium, Nigeria, Denmark, South Africa, Hong Kong, Morocco, Lebanon, Spain, Bangladesh, Norway, New Zealand, United States, Thailand, Turkey, Italy, Australia, Kenya, Japan, Singapore, Bulgaria, Iran, Brazil, Mauritius, Madagascar, Germany, Canada, Sri Lanka, Hungary, China, Egypt, Portugal, Ireland, Switzerland, Pakistan, France, Cyprus, Netherlands, Austria and Greece

UK registered office:

Laureus Sport for Good Foundation

Charity number 1111364

19/09/2005

Latest income £6,173,981

[Dec 2017]

The charitable objects of the Foundation are the advancement through the medium of sport such charitable purposes as are capable of being so advanced; and such other charitable purposes associated with sport or physical recreation as the Trustees in their absolute discretion from time to time think fit.

Makes grants

Work in Sri Lanka, Uruguay, Switzerland, Iraq, Uganda, Peru, Lesotho, Russia, Colombia, Australia, Hong Kong, Israel, Rwanda, Netherlands, Kenya, Mali, Ghana, Cambodia, Spain, South Africa, India, United States, Brazil, Mozambique, China, Haiti, Afghanistan, Cyprus and Italy

UK registered office: London