November 2009
Third Sector;11/10/2009, Issue 592, p22
Trade Publication
The article presents statistics on the British charitable organization Martha Trust, including its income for the year ending December 31, 2008, the proportion of its income the charity raised from residential and daycare fees and the amount of money raised in voluntary income.


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