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If you exclude Gavi, then the list is dominated by major health charities, such as Cancer Research UK and Mac Millan; global development groups Save the Children, Oxfam and the British Red Cross; and animal charities such as the RSPCA and the RSPB.
Humans, birds and animals gather together in the top 10.
The Samaritans are quite far down the list - and well below the Donkey Sanctuary, which received £18.5m - most of its income - in legacy giving from supporter's wills.
We have excluded government bodies such as the Arts Council and the British Council from this graphic - although we've left them in the full data below.
That .5M for the new bottom rung of the payout structure has to come from somewhere, after all.
Based on the WSOP figures, more than .7 million — about half — would come from changes in the final table payouts, even with the bump given to eighth and ninth places.
The rest comes out of everyone else’s prizes with the biggest decrease percentage-wise coming off the bottom end of the curve where there is a reduction of 8-9% — a bit more of a bite than they took from the M guarantee.
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The figure for each charity is a full year's data - but many organisations have different collecting periods.Not all of the payout tiers are shown in the WSOP’s announcement, but this table shows the payout tiers for 2014 and the new amounts, where they are available: The actual effect of last year’s ,000,000 guarantee on the rest of the prize pool was minimal — about a 3% reduction across-the-board — though it seemed to loom large in the minds of many.The manner in which money is redistributed in this proposal will probably make a bigger change. The death of Claire Squires in the London marathon - and subsequent influx of donations to the Samaritans - have drawn attention to the size of Britain's charities.The money is a huge boost to the Samaritans, who raised £6.7m in the latest year available, 2010 - according to this data from the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
In contrast the majority of charities (54%) are very small, local volunteer-run organisations with less than £10,000 a year coming in.