THE company set up by Madeleine McCann’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann to fund the search for her has received a £100,000 boost.
The funding boost camp from royalties from Kate’s book “Finding Madeleine – Leaving No Stone Unturned, The Mirror reported.
The book has more than £800,000 in assets and made nearly £100,000 in the past year.
The company, Find Madeleine…, had recorded losses over the past years as donations decreased.
Proceeds from Kate’s book have helped the fund swell to £823,332 after the mum donated £84,096 in royalties.
The former GP wrote the book in 2011 to raise money for the search and it is still a best-seller.
Find Madeleine was set up by 2007 to help manage the public money that was flooding in.
In 2018, the figure was up by nearly £100,000 compared to 2017.
Madeleine went missing from an apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007, aged three.
It comes after cops were given an extra £150,000 boost of funding to continue the search.