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List: Top Ten Most Valuable Charity Brands in the UK in 2006

Date: January 2007

Source: Intangible Business

Base: All official UK charities.

Notes: Calculations were based on "ability to generate future income based on the size of its membership base, commercial licensing deals and public awareness." First placed Cancer Research UK was the third largest charity in the UK by size of income in 2006. It generated over £380m a year of which 25% is from legacies, 7% more than the national average. Second placed The National Trust is one of the largest membership bodies in the UK with 3.4 million members and is the tenth biggest charity by income.

Rank

Charity

Value (£)

1

Cancer Research UK

£209m

2

The National Trust

£192m

3

Oxfam

£172m

4

The Salvation Army

£113m

5

The British Red Cross Society

£108m

6

Wellcome Trust

£104m

7

RSPCA

£94m

8

Barnardo's

£94m

9

The Arts Council England

£89m

10

The British Heart Foundation

£85m


 
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