Our finances for 2016/17 financial year

This page summarises where our income comes from, and where it goes in pursuit of our aims. All figures are taken from our most recent set of audited accounts (which can be downloaded here).

In 2016/17 - 89% (£2,848,165) of our expenditure was on charitable activities. That is 89p for every £1 received and spent.

Where our money comes from
(year ending 31 March 2017)

Where money comes from graph

The overall position for the 2017 financial year was a deficit of £104,974 (2016:   
-£228,180). There was a 0.75% improvement in total incoming resources to £3,071,805 (2016: £3,047,329).

Where our money goes
(year ending 31 March 2017)

Where money goes graph

Total expenditure also decreased to £3,177,702 (2016: £3,274,528). The main decreases in the level of spending were as a result of savings made in relation to buy-in publications, policy and research, welfare rights, raising funds, membership and training costs amounting to £122,500. These savings were reduced by an increased level of spending on welfare rights costs of £28,500.