WWF UK’s total income rose seven per cent in 2014 financial year
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WWF UK’s total income rose seven per cent in 2014 financial year

27 Jan 2015 | Hugh Radojev

WWF UK's total income for the year ending June 2014 rose to £62.2m, an increase of £3.8m, or seven per cent, from the previous year.

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WWF UK’s total income rose seven per cent in 2014 financial year

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