Church Action On Poverty Limited

Charity first registered in the UK on 24/03/2000 no: 1079986
Charities Commission data
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UN Sustainable Development Goals
1 No Poverty
2 Zero Hunger

What it does

General Charitable Purposes
Education/training
The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Religious Activities
Economic/community Development/employment

How it works

Provides Human ResourcesProvides Advocacy/advice/informationSponsors Or Undertakes Research

Where it operates

Throughout England And Wales, Scotland

Who it helps

Other Defined Groups
The General Public/mankind


Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 6 grant making charities totalling £1,103,649

When Amount Donor To be used for
31/10/2018 £302,224 Esmee Fairbairn Towards continuation funding for the End Hunger UK campaign - bringing together a coalition of partners to tackle food poverty in the UK
31/03/2018 £58,000 Barrow Cadbury To replicate and grow the Local Pantry model within Birmingham and the surrounding areas to support locally managed food sharing schemes that reduce poverty.
28/02/2018 £175,350 Nesta Connected Communities programme grant to Church Action on Poverty Grant Ref AC00752
31/12/2017 £80,000 Tudor Trust over two years as continuation funding towards the further development and expansion of a Self Reliant Group network across the North of England
31/08/2017 £20,000 Esmee Fairbairn Towards the rollout of the ‘Your Local Pantry’ food club franchise across a number of regions in England, to support the programme to become self-financing.
31/08/2016 £199,828 Esmee Fairbairn Towards a collaborative UK-wide campaign that will aim to change the Government policies that contribute to food poverty in Britain.
31/03/2016 £60,000 Tudor Trust over two years to help establish a network of Self-Reliant Groups to improve the lives of marginalised women, initially in Greater Manchester_x000D_
31/03/2016 £10,000 National Lottery The organisation will use the funding to recruit, train and facilitate the engagement of people living in poverty in decision making forums and community planning. This will strengthen the community by increasing participation by people formerly disengaged and increase their ability to influence decisions and services in their area that impact on their lives.
31/12/2015 £78,983 Comic Relief Tackling the Poverty Premium
31/12/2013 £119,264 Esmee Fairbairn Towards a programme of work aimed at reducing the 'poverty premium' by making markets work for those from low socio-economic backgrounds.

Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers
31/03/2018 £497,600 £504,207 -£6,607 0
31/03/2017 £608,909 £465,229 £143,680 £239,391 6 11 4
31/03/2016 £416,549 £380,025 £36,524 0
31/03/2015 £388,520 £436,329 -£47,809 0
31/03/2014 £381,473 £405,537 -£24,064 0
31/03/2013 £604,930 £708,035 -£103,105 £137,369 2 16 4
31/03/2012 £818,750 £801,457 £17,293 £240,474 4 15 0
31/03/2011 £857,253 £921,588 -£64,335 £223,181 3 16 0
31/03/2010 £958,314 £887,949 £70,365 £287,516 4 15 15
31/03/2009 £853,972 £749,611 £104,361 £217,151 3 13 4
31/03/2008 £408,466 £427,031 -£18,565 0
31/03/2007 £448,858 £411,440 £37,418 0
31/03/2006 £410,683 £462,023 -£51,340 0
31/03/2005 £518,989 £532,944 -£13,955 0
31/03/2004 £515,713 £496,940 £18,773 0

Trustees

This charity has 13 registered trustees.

  • Alison Jackson
  • Andrew Connell
  • Anthony Woods
  • Helen Hood
  • John Keiron Allison-walsh
  • Lydia Groenewald
  • Margaret Isabella Cairney
  • Martin John Green
  • Norbert Mbu-mputu
  • Phil Mcgrath
  • Rev David Primrose
  • Richard Machin
  • Sandra Dutson
Objectives

A) TO PROMOTE AND ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC IN MATTERS RELATING TO POVERTY AND TO RAISE THE LEVEL OF AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING OF POVERTY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM B)TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC BY PROMOTING RESEARCH AND STUDY INTO POVERTY AND TO PROVIDE AND ENCOURAGE INVESTIGATION INTO THE PROBLEMS FACED BY THE POOR IN UNITED KINGDOM AND TO PUBLISH THE RESULTS THEREOF C)TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC IN THE PART THAT THE CHURCHES CAN PLAY IN MEETING THE NEEDS OF THOSE MEMBERS OF SOCIETY WHOSE DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATION IN SOCIETY IS IMPAIRED BY POVERTY