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We are very pleased to report a strong year in raising both restricted and unrestricted funds to contribute to the achievement of our objectives, with total income rising to £16.2m in the year, an increase of nearly 27% from 2010. We have been able to achieve growth from all of our major sources of income, but most significantly from individual giving, where work to develop our supporter base and grow our legacy stream is yielding great results.
This income growth has allowed us to maintain a strong level of support for our conservation programmes, with £13.9m spent on delivering our charitable activities, either directly or in management and support activity. We have seen some growth in the costs of generating funds, though this still only represents 7% of our total expenditure, with 84% of our total expenditure being used directly on conservation activities.
Both restricted and unrestricted reserves have seen growth in the year, in line with our strategic objectives. We aim to build a level of unrestricted reserves, to help insulate the organisation against potential risks, whilst also ensuring restricted funds are managed efficiently and effectively.
We are pleased with the growth in funding that we have been able to achieve, helping us to increase our impact, and we will continue to work with colleagues in the United States, Australia and Singapore to develop our programme of species and habitat conservation, working strongly with local communities to ensure lasting change.
Download our Annual Review for 2011 (PDF)
Download our full Report and Consolidated Financial Statements for 2011 (PDF)
Download our full Report and Financial Statements for 2010 (PDF)
Download our full Report and Financial Statements for 2009 (PDF)
Download our full Report and Financial Statements for 2008 (PDF)
Download our full Report and Financial Statements for 2007 (PDF)
Account details for FFI US can be found on the FFI US Accounts page.