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Revenue arises in the course of a charity's ordinary activities, and can be referred to by a variety of different names, such as sales, fees, interest, dividends and royalties.

A charity may have multiple sources of revenue, such as donations, government grants or the sale of goods or services. Revenue is one component of total income.

Charity size is determined by an organisation’s total annual revenue for the reporting period.

See our factsheet about revenue.