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How we’re funded

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Our income in 2018

Our income in 2018: pie chart
Income (£m) 2018 2017 2016
 
Committed giving

This includes income from Child Sponsorship, The Next Step, Basics, Causes of Poverty, LottoAid, and our Country Programme General Fund and any Gift Aid collected from these amounts.

29.4 30.6 32.0
 
Appeals, individuals and legacies

This includes income from legacies (e.g. Will Aid), emergency appeals (e.g. the 2018 Indonesia tsunami), regular appeals, AidMatch appeals, Gifts in Action, general donations, payroll giving, events, JustGiving.com, and any Gift Aid collected from these amounts.

8.5 7.0 5.8
 
Government and EU

This includes income in the form of grants from governments (e.g. the Department for International Development (DFID), the Dutch foreign ministry and EU agencies including ECHO and EuropeAid).

6.3 9.8 19.9
 
Trading income

This is income from the People’s Postcode Lottery, the rental of some of our London office space and the sales of education packs.

3.1 2.7 0
 
DEC

This is income from the Disasters Emergency Committee.

1.3 2.6 0.2
 
NGOs, Trusts and companies

This includes income from other NGOs and trusts such as Comic Relief and the Big Lottery Fund, and also from companies. These can take the form of donations or grants.

1.0 2.3 2.3

Our institutional donors

We’re also really grateful to the many NGOs, trusts, companies and government or EU funders who combined gave us over 17% of our income in 2018. Thank you!

These our some of our major funders:

 

Big Lottery Fund

Big Lottery Fund logo

Comic Relief

Comic Relief logo

Department for International Development (DFID)

DFID logo

Disaster Emergency Committee (DEC)

DEC logo

Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs logo

European Union

EU Flag

Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission (GOAC)

States of Guernsey logo

Jersey Overseas Aid Commission (JOAC)

JOAC logo

Isle of Man

Isle of Man

People’s Postcode Lottery, Global Trust

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Footnotes

Page updated 11 December 2019