This report contains the total amount of charitable giving received by DCMS-funded cultural institutions, and also presents this charitable …
This report contains the total amount of charitable giving received by DCMS-funded cultural institutions, and also presents this charitable giving as a ratio of grant-in-aid. These are DCMS impact and input indicators respectively.
25 October 2011
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These statistics are derived from the statutory accounts of Arts Council England, British Film Institute, British Library, English Heritage, and the National Museums and Galleries. The source used for the Arts Council England’s Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs) is the RFO Annual Submission.
- Charitable giving publication 2010/11 (PDF 115kb)
- Charitable giving publication 2010/11 (Word 106kb)
This table provides an individual breakdown of charitable giving for each cultural institution DCMS Funds.
- Individual breakdown of charitable giving (XLS 44kb)
- Individual breakdown of charitable giving (CSV 7kb)
The UK Statistics Authority
This release is published in accordance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics (2009), as produced by the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA).The UKSA has the overall objective of promoting and safeguarding the production and publication of official statistics that serve the public good. It monitors and reports on all official statistics, and promotes good practice in this area.
The list below details officials who have received privileged early access to this report. In line with best practice, the list has been kept to a minimum and those given access for briefing purposes had a maximum of 24 hours:
- Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport
- Simon Oliver (Press Office, DCMS)
- Keith Nichol (Policy, DCMS)
- Stephen Darke (Policy, DCMS)
- Melanie Crew (Policy, DCMS)
- Becky Guiblin (Policy, DCMS)
- Marianne Law (Social Researcher, DCMS)
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