How much money does the National Trust have?

How much money does the National Trust have?

Funding. For the year ended February 2020, total income of the Trust was £680.95 million. The largest sources of income were membership subscriptions (£269.7 million), direct property income (£196.9 million), enterprise and renewable energy income (£79.3 million) and legacies (£61.6 million).

How is National Trust funded?

We are a registered charity, completely independent of Government and rely on income from membership fees, donations and legacies and revenue raised from our commercial operations, such as our tea rooms and holiday cottages. We are the nation’s largest farm owner, with more than 1,500 tenant farmers.

How big is National Trust?

More than 5.37 million people (5.95 million in 2019/20) are members of the National Trust.

Why is the National Trust successful?

This programme is hugely successful in engaging people with their local heritage with 80% of the visitors in 2016 saying their experience had inspired them to visit more heritage and/or cultural sites in future and 30% wanting to become involved with a heritage organisation/place.

How much does CEO of National Trust earn?

CEO compensation among charities in the United Kingdom

Charity CEO salary (£) Salary percentage (2 s.f.)
NSPCC 162,000 0.15%
Oxfam 124,000 0.031%
National Trust 179,000 0.036%
Prince’s Trust 140,000 0.023%

How much profit did the National Trust make last year?

The National Trust’s income rose by almost £40m last year to a record high of £634.3m, the charity’s latest accounts show. The accounts for the year to 28 February 2019, which were published today, also show that expenditure rose to £653.1m from £605.5m the year before.

Is National Trust not for profit?

The National Trust was first incorporated in 1894 as an Association Not For Profit under the Companies Acts 1862-1890. Underpinning our governance arrangements are Acts of Parliament.

Who owns National Trust Company?

On August 14, 1997 Scotiabank purchased the National Trust Company.

How many pubs does the National Trust own?

We own over 30 characterful and historic pubs and inns, many of which – as well as offering a warm welcome, lip-smacking ales and delicious local food – have great walking opportunities nearby.

Is the National Trust a not for profit?

How much does Hilary McGrady earn?

In the 2020/21 financial year (the first year of the coronavirus pandemic), our Director-General, Hilary McGrady, who leads a large and complex national organisation, with an annual income of more than £600 million, and with more than 50,000 volunteers and 10,000 staff, earned a salary of £195,700, but she took a …

Which is the most visited National Trust property?

Ten most popular National Trust sites

  • Giant’s Causeway, Antrim (665,681 visits)
  • Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire (475,604 visits)
  • Attingham Park, Shropshire (466,658 visits)
  • Belton House, Lincolnshire (450,293 visits)
  • Larrybane, North Antrim (432,984 visits)
  • Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire (423,436 visits)