Fylde Coast Women's Aid

www.fcwa.co.uk
Charity first registered in the UK on 10/06/1993 no: 1022548
Charities Commission data

This charity employs 26 people and has 6 volunteers.



What it does

The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Accommodation/housing

How it works

Provides Human ResourcesProvides Buildings/facilities/open SpaceProvides ServicesProvides Advocacy/advice/information

Where it operates

Lancashire, Blackpool

Who it helps

Children/young People
Other Defined Groups


Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 4 grant making charities totalling £954,501

When Amount Donor To be used for
30/11/2018 £121,837 Esmee Fairbairn Towards the Stalking and Harassment Project, supporting victims in the North West of England and influencing wider change both locally and nationally
26/01/2018 £75,000 Lloyds Bank Foundation funding for the Recovery Pathway Project in which support is given to women experiencing domestic abuse that are classed as medium risk in order that they move out of the cycle of abuse and have a safer and happier live.
30/06/2015 £80,000 Comic Relief WIRED: Ways to Identify Risk of Exploitation and Danger
31/03/2015 £103,050 Esmee Fairbairn Towards a caseworker to assess risk and enable victims of stalking and harassment to obtain appropriate protection and resolution of the situation and a wider piece of work to improve local responses to stalking and harassment.
07/01/2015 £75,000 Lloyds Bank Foundation funding for the Recovery Pathway Project in which support is given to women experiencing domestic abuse that are classed as medium risk in order that they move out of the cycle of abuse and have a safer and happier live.
21/01/2014 £499,614 National Lottery This is the continuation and expansion of an existing project. It aims to provide an independent domestic violence advice service to address the safety of victims who are at high risk of harm from partners, ex-partners or family members. The project will predominantly work with women to secure their safety and where applicable, the safety of their children.

Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers
31/03/2018 £830,682 £735,920 £94,762 8 26 6
31/03/2017 £710,141 £708,232 £1,909 £421,840 6 26 7
31/03/2016 £702,108 £683,294 £18,814 £419,931 7 24 7
31/03/2015 £697,130 £682,715 £14,415 £401,117 6 19 4
31/03/2014 £671,948 £625,970 £45,978 £386,702 7 25 4
31/03/2013 £704,496 £654,453 £50,043 £340,724 5 23 4
31/03/2012 £703,220 £633,623 £69,597 £290,681 5 19 0
31/03/2011 £643,931 £661,701 -£17,770 £221,084 3 19 39
31/03/2010 £600,232 £599,242 £990 £238,854 4 19 46
31/03/2009 £454,358 £463,977 -£9,619 0
31/03/2008 £389,693 £431,605 -£41,912 0
31/03/2007 £368,843 £374,309 -£5,466 0
31/03/2006 £320,836 £329,509 -£8,673 0
31/03/2005 £304,050 £283,293 £20,757 0
31/03/2004 £300,483 £250,198 £50,285 0

Trustees

This charity has 7 registered trustees.

  • Catherine Mary Holder
  • Deana Whalley
  • Jenny Hackett
  • Laura Lawler
  • Lynn Saggerson
  • Nicola Springford
  • Sue Crouch
Objectives

1.TO PROVIDE FOR THE RELIEF OF WOMAN IN BLACKPOOL WYRE AND FYLDE AND ADJACENT AREAS. 2.TO RELIEVE DISTRESS AND SUFFERING EXPERIENCED BY WOMEN WHO HAVE BEEN GRAVELY OR PERSISTENTLY MALTREATED OR ABUSED AND ANY CHILDREN OF SUCH WOMEN BY ESTABLISHMENT OF A REFUGE TO PROVIDE SHELTER AND A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR SUCH WOMEN AND WHERE APPROPRIATE THEIR CHILDREN. 3.TO RELIEVE WOMEN FROM THE EFFECTS OF SUCH VIOLENCE BY PROVIDING AND DEVELOPING A SUPPORT NETWORK OF PEOPLE COMMITTED TO RELIEVING THE SAID DISTRESS EXPERIENCED BY WOMEN WHO HAVE BEEN OR ARE BEING SUBJECT TO MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ABUSE. 4.TO PROMOTE SUCH OTHER CHARITABLE PURPOSES AS ARE FOR THE BENEFIT OF SUCH WOMEN.