Child Bereavement Uk

www.childbereavementuk.org.uk
Charity first registered in the UK on 25/08/1994 no: 1040419
Charities Commission data

This charity employs 84 people and has 1018 volunteers.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals
3 Good health & wellbeing
10 Reduced Inequalities

What it does

Education/training
Other Charitable Purposes

How it works

Provides ServicesProvides Advocacy/advice/information

Where it operates

Scotland, Northern Ireland, Throughout England

Who it helps

Children/young People
Other Defined Groups


Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 6 grant making charities totalling £608,868

When Amount Donor To be used for
30/06/2018 £10,000 Garfield Weston Foundation Bereavement Support for young people in rural areas in Cumbria
12/10/2017 £12,550 True Colours Trust Towards a research project to improve bereavement support in schools.
25/05/2017 £50,000 True Colours Trust Towards bereavement support to children and families affected by the Manchester bombings on 22 May 2017, predominantly through proactive outreach to schools in the affected areas.
28/02/2017 £42,000 Robertson Trust Towards the salary costs of the Bereavement Service Team Lead: Glasgow and contribution towards volunteer training costs
30/09/2016 £20,000 Dulverton Trust Young People's Advisory Groups
29/02/2016 £371,318 National Lottery This project will provide early intervention family bereavement support to children, young people (up to the age of 25) and their families living in the north of Glasgow. The project will support families who have experienced bereavement to improve relationships and increase their resilience and capacity to successfully manage their lives.
30/06/2015 £103,000 City Bridge Trust £103,000 over three years (£33,000; £34,000; £36,000) for the salary and on-costs of a f/t Bereavement Support Team Lead in Newham.

Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers
31/08/2018 £3,703,068 £3,551,398 £151,670 7 84 1018
31/08/2017 £2,903,078 £3,029,410 -£126,332 £3,124,459 7 72 200
31/08/2016 £3,390,552 £2,762,785 £627,767 £3,137,684 8 61 200
31/08/2015 £2,997,090 £2,012,672 £984,418 £2,382,302 10 35 467
31/08/2014 £1,697,084 £1,849,412 -£152,328 £1,365,851 4 35 175
31/08/2013 £1,705,776 £1,589,636 £116,140 £1,504,803 6 25 39
31/08/2012 £1,383,371 £1,220,725 £162,646 £1,277,799 7 22 57
31/08/2011 £1,266,109 £1,086,209 £179,900 £1,106,880 12 19 100
31/08/2010 £1,308,203 £867,043 £441,160 £926,980 12 17 70
31/08/2009 £784,948 £970,656 -£185,708 £485,820 5 15 45
30/06/2008 £790,752 £951,798 -£161,046 £671,528 7 16 0
30/06/2007 £741,484 £791,506 -£50,022 £832,574 11 15 85
30/06/2006 £790,790 £738,676 £52,114 0
30/06/2005 £780,196 £829,912 -£49,716 0
30/06/2004 £766,816 £699,199 £67,617 0

Trustees

This charity has 8 registered trustees.

  • Deborah Eaton Qc
  • John Heathcoat-amory
  • Kristen Stefania Weldon
  • Mark Seldon
  • Nicola Gilham
  • Rt Hon Lord Ryder
  • The Hon Mrs Julia Aline Samuel
  • Will Campion
Objectives

A. TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC AND IN PARTICULAR PROFESSIONALS AND FAMILIES PRIMARILY IN INFANT BEREAVEMENT AND THE EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS THEREOF BUT ALSO IN INFERTILITY AND FOETAL ABNORMALITY. B. THE PROMOTION OF RESEARCH INTO THE CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF SHOCK OR DEPRESSION ARISING FROM BEAREVEMENT AND THE DISSEMINATION OF THE RESULTS THEREOF. C. THE RELIEF OF POVERTY AND SICKNESS AMONGST ANY PERSONS SUFFERING FROM BEREAVEMENT AND ITS PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND THOSE SUFFERING FROM THE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF INFERTILITY OF FOETAL OR CHILD ABNORMALITY.