BRAIN FOOD: Earning curve - Charity

BRAIN FOOD: Earning curve - Charity - Dianne Thompson, CEO, Camelot, p.a. pounds 870,000

Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

Dianne Thompson, CEO, Camelot, p.a. pounds 870,000

Tony Little, Eton College head, p.a. pounds 100,000 + house

Barbara Stocking, CEO, Oxfam, p.a. pounds 75,000

Puff Daddy, self-paid fee, charity work, pounds 35,000

Corporate fundraiser, p.a. pounds 18,000-pounds 30,000

Afghanistan drought response adviser, p.a. pounds 21,000

Charity shop manager, p.a. pounds 13,000

On-the-street donation recruiters, daily pounds 56

Big Issue vendor, per magazine sold 60p.

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