Lighthouse Furniture Project Limited

Charity first registered in the UK on 01/08/2007 no: 1120398
Charities Commission data

This charity employs 19 people and has 60 volunteers.



What it does

Education/training
The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Accommodation/housing
Environment/conservation/heritage

How it works

Provides ServicesProvides Advocacy/advice/information

Where it operates

Essex, Barking And Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge, Southend-on-sea

Who it helps

Elderly/old People
Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
The General Public/mankind


Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 3 grant making charities totalling £110,000

When Amount Donor To be used for
13/12/2017 £10,000 National Lottery This project will purchase a new van that will improve the delivery of its furniture restoration and recycling service, which supports people who are experiencing the effects of social and economic disadvantage.
20/06/2016 £75,000 Big Issue Invest All Groups
16/12/2015 £15,000 Lloyds Bank Foundation providing practical support, particularly to those who are homeless, including reusing furniture and household goods. The grant will fund a structured programme of support to help long term unemployed people progress.
03/12/2014 £10,000 National Lottery Not Available

Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers
31/01/2018 £821,809 £846,152 -£24,343 2 19 60
31/01/2017 £920,778 £973,673 -£52,895 £251,647 2 24 60
31/01/2016 £872,466 £824,166 £48,300 £304,542 4 22 60
31/01/2015 £948,262 £882,477 £65,785 £256,242 3 21 86
31/01/2014 £930,136 £887,498 £42,638 £190,457 2 26 101
31/01/2013 £567,605 £644,194 -£76,589 £147,819 1 17 101
31/01/2012 £490,845 £520,096 -£29,251 0
31/01/2011 £455,300 £450,216 £5,084 0
31/01/2010 £424,861 £411,982 £12,879 0
31/01/2009 £339,662 £354,451 -£14,789 0
31/01/2008 £407,594 £288,991 £118,603 0

Trustees

This charity has 3 registered trustees.

  • James Gell
  • Michael Briggs
  • Simon Farrow
Objectives

3.1) THE RELIEF OF POVERTY, PARTICULARLY OF HOMELESS PERSONS AND THOSE IN THE OTHER ASPECTS OF HOUSING CRISIS THROUGH PROVIDING OR ASSISTING IN THE PROVISION OF PRACTICAL SUPPORT, REGARDLESS OF FAITH, GENDER, AGE, RACE, LIFESTYLE, DISABILITY OR MARITAL STATUS, PRIMARILY IN THE SOUTH ESSEX AREA; 3.2) ADVANCE PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF HOMELESS PEOPLE AND OTHERS IN HOUSING CRISIS; AND 3.3) TO CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT BY THE PROMOTION OF RECYCLING AND RE-USE.