Grasslands Trust

McCurry, Patrick
November 2008
Third Sector;11/13/2008, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the expenditures of Grassland Trust, a charity organisation that saves and restores grasslands and meadows and raises awareness of the importance of wildlife and communities in Great Britain in 2008. According to the article, its employees was paid no more than £60,000. The charity maintains funds enough for them to operate for a year. It mentions that they offer a money-purchase stakeholder pension in which the employer's contribution is 7 per cent of salaries.


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