Finance Score: 10
Governance Score: 6
Support Score: 13
  • Liabilities <10%: +3
  • Income diversified: +3
  • Reasonable growth: +1
  • Fundraising costs low: +3
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Dynamic board: +3
  • Grant maker support: +13
Overall GiG Score: 29 ?

THE REVOLVING DOORS AGENCY 

Revolving Doors is a charity working across England to change systems and improve services for people with multiple problems including poor mental health who are in contact with the criminal justice system.Our vision - by 2025 there is an end to the revolving door of crisis and crime, when revolvers are supported to reach their potential, with fewer victims and safer communities as a result.
Analysis by Giving is Great

Positives:

  • This charity has a robust balance sheet
  • Income generation is well diversified
  • There has been reasonable growth in spending over the last 3 years relative to the previous period
  • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
  • Fundraising costs are low relative to funds raised
  • A significant proportion of recent income was derived from major grant makers including the Government
  • The Board appears to be well diversified in terms of age and dynamic in terms of composition
Established: 30 years

http://www.revolving-doors.org.uk

admin@revolving-doors.org.uk

02074070747

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Financial Data ?

Income & Spending ?
Sources of Income ?
Y/E Income
£k
Spending
£k
Surplus/
Deficit
Fundraising
Cost £k
Total
Funds £k
Unrestricted
Funds £k
Mths
Rsrvs
Staff Volun-
teers
31/03/23£977£979£-2£62£870£5416.6140
31/03/22£1,108£868£240£49£872£6859.5140
31/03/21£1,042£849£193£39£633£4296.1120
31/03/20£943£741£203£49£440£3044.990
31/03/19£646£693£-47£0£237£2083.6100
31/03/18£712£607£104£0£284£2364.7100
31/03/17£581£555£27£0£180£1673.670
31/03/16£515£514£1£0£153£1363.250
31/03/15£412£601£-189£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/14£495£615£-120£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/13£702£800£-99£71£461£4136.2100
31/03/12£720£827£-107£81£560£4997.290
31/03/11£1,055£987£68£84£667£5096.290
31/03/10£1,401£1,164£237£90£599£484580
31/03/09£994£942£53£64£362£600.8100
31/03/08£959£960£-1£27£309£931.2140
31/03/07£1,287£1,310£-23£37£311£560.5110
31/03/06*£1,501£1,398£103£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/05£1,155£1,202£-47£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/04*£1,235£1,176£59£0£0£0n/a00

Financial Ratios
Fundraising Costs/Relevant Income: 6.4%
Fundraising Costs/Total Spending: 6.3%
Senior Staff Costs/Total Spending: 12%
Highest pay band: £90,000-£100,000
Liabilities/Assets: 6%
Liabilities/Income: 6%
Unrestricted Funds/Total Funds: 62%
Reserves/Spending: 6.6 months
Net Current Assets/Spending: 11 months
Quick Ratio: 14.5
Asset Split ?
What it does
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Other Charitable Purposes
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Who works here?
  • 14 employees
Who it helps
  • Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
  • Other Defined Groups
How it operates
  • Other charitable activities
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Sponsors or undertakes research
Where it operates
  • Throughout England And Wales,

Who's supporting them? ?

Donations from Grant Makers ?

We have details on the following significant donations. Multi-year donations are allocated to the years for which they are earmarked.

Major supporters in last 5 years
National Lottery Community Fund£791,029
Esmee Fairbairn£358,585
Lloyds Bank Foundation£283,147
City Bridge Trust£133,130
John Ellerman Foundation£90,000
AB Charitable Trust£40,000
Barrow Cadbury Trust£33,250
Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
Barrow Cadbury Trust - New Generation: changing the revolving doors lifecourse
£33,250 07/08/2023
To embed knowledge of young adults and maturity in police led diversion services
Lloyds Bank Foundation - One off gift towards cost of living crisis to Revolving Doors Agency
£2,250 14/12/2022
One off gift to support with the cost of living crisis
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£69,945 18/11/2022
Grant to Revolving Doors Agency towards work to influence reform in the criminal justice system.
AB Charitable Trust - A grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£25,000 20/01/2022
An unrestricted grant of £25,000. Revolving Doors works across the UK and aims to create and share research, influence policy and evaluate services which impact on those in repeat contact with the ....more
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£54,366 05/05/2020
6
towards unrestricted core costs as a COVID-19 Fast Response grant
City Bridge Trust - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£133,130 30/01/2020
£133,130 over 5 years to support the costs of further developing the London Regional User Forum.
National Lottery Community Fund - Regional Lived Experience Forums
£343,712 20/01/2020
60
This funding will maintain and develop forums of people with recent experience of the criminal justice system in London, Birmingham and Manchester. These enable 150 people per year to meet on a ....more
AB Charitable Trust - A grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£15,000 09/01/2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Revolving Doors aims to create and share research, influence policy and evaluate services which impact on those in repeat contact with the criminal justice system. ....more
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£210,952 19/11/2019
36
To deliver a campaign to change the national debate and policy environment for young adults (aged 18 – 25) in the criminal justice system. The campaign goal is, by the end of 2022, to achieve ....more
John Ellerman Foundation - Core costs
£90,000 30/09/2019
36
Towards the core costs of implementing a strategy of development models and policy reform to improve outcomes for those trapped in the cycle of crisis and crime.
National Lottery Community Fund - SECTION 43 CONTRACT
£447,317 19/09/2019
41
SECTION 43 CONTRACT
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£304,219 30/04/2019
36
Towards core costs to develop, test and embed models of trauma and poverty informed policing of young adults and reducing entrants to the criminal justice system.
Lankelly Chase Foundation - Core funding
£287,000 25/02/2019
36
Continued core funding for Revolving Doors
Barrow Cadbury Trust - New Generation: Leading for resilient young adults
£108,500 20/10/2018
36
Developing and sharing trauma informed policing practice for young adults.
Trust for London - Revolving Doors Agency
£59,500 12/10/2017
24
The funding is towards the support of our successful Capital Gains influencing project, working with key London decision makers to change policy and improve services for individuals facing multiple ....more
Lankelly Chase Foundation - Cross-disciplinary research network on SMD
£122,757 17/07/2017
36
To continue to host the Research Network on SMD for three years
Lankelly Chase Foundation - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£5,000 14/11/2016
36
Evaluation costs relating to existing core grant
Barrow Cadbury Trust - 2nd Generation PCC engagement project
£66,500 09/07/2016
24
To engage with the second generation of Police and Crime Commissioners and support them to develop effective policing responses to young adults and people with complex needs
Triangle Trust 1949 Fund - Revolving Doors Agency - 2
£95,000 10/03/2016
36
Funding for a Commercial Manager to further develop the consultancy business providing training to organisations wishing to include the user voice in their work.
Lankelly Chase Foundation - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£302,129 25/11/2015
36
Core grant for three years to support Revolving Doors' operations in the field of severe and multiple disadvantage
Lankelly Chase Foundation - Research Network
£84,900 26/11/2014
To develop a Research Network for research into severe and multiple disadvantage that aims to collate and build the evidence base on severe and multiple disadvantage; and develop a network of ....more
AB Charitable Trust - Improving responses to crisis and crime.
£10,000 29/04/2014
£10,000 towards core costs
Barrow Cadbury Trust - First Generation Project: Phase Three
£60,000 26/04/2014
To engage with the first generation of Police & Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to promote the development of initiatives focused on women, BAME communities, mental health, young adults, and complex ....more
Barrow Cadbury Trust - First Generation Project: Phase two
£28,000 24/07/2013
First Generation Project: Phase two
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£98,418 05/06/2013
Towards SPARK, a national programme which aims to influence commissioners and leaders to improve their responses to offenders with multiple and complex needs.
Henry Smith Charity - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£60,000 12/09/2012
24
towards two years' core costs of an organisation that works with people with multiple problems who are in repeat contact with the criminal justice system
Barrow Cadbury Trust - for the involvement of Catherine Hennessey (Director of Partnerships and Development, Revolving Doors) as chair of the T
£6,000 28/06/2012
for the involvement of Catherine Hennessey (Director of Partnerships and Development, Revolving Doors) as chair of the T
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to Revolving Doors Agency
£208,047 07/04/2011
Towards a national influencing and dissemination programme to improve support for people with multiple problems and engage local leaders, commissioners and national policy makers in learning networks.
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Trustees (12)
Current Trustees appointed

Age Range of Trustees: 30-67
  • EMMA SWEET Appointed: 2023, Occupation: Unemployed
  • TESSA WEBB OBE Appointed: 2018, Occupation: Inspector Hm Probation Service
Legal constitution
  • Charitable company registered in England & Wales on 22/12/1993, number: 1030846
  • Registered at Companies House on 17/08/1993, number: 02845452
Gift Aid
  • Registered with HMRC for Gift Aid
Policies in force
  • Bullying and harassment policy and procedures
  • Complaints handling
  • Complaints policy and procedures
  • Conflicting interests
  • Financial reserves policy and procedures
  • Internal charity financial controls policy and procedures
  • Internal risk management policy and procedures
  • Risk management
  • Safeguarding policy and procedures
  • Safeguarding vulnerable beneficiaries
  • Serious incident reporting policy and procedures
  • Social media policy and procedures
  • Trustee conflicts of interest policy and procedures
Filing Record
20 returns made; AR06: 10 days late, AR04: 1 days late,
Main office

South Bank Technopark
90 London Road
London
SE1 6LN

Objectives

THE RELIEF OF PERSONS WHO ARE OR APPEAR TO BE MENTALLY DISORDERED HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE BENEFICIARIES AND IN PARICULAR THOSE BENEFICIARIES WHO ARE WITHOUT HOUSING ACCOMODATION SUITABLE TO THEIR NEEDS BY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS: 1. THROUGH WORKING WITH THE POLICE COURTS AND SOCIAL PROVIDERS THEREBY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES DIVERTED FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 2. ADVANCING THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE BY THE PROVISION OF ASSISTANCE IN THE PROVISION OF A SUPPORT SERVICE FOR THE BENEFICIARIES IN POLICE STATION AND THE COURTS 3. IMPROVING THE WAY HOUSING ACCOMMODATION HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL SUPPORT FACILITIES ARE ASSESSED ORGANISED AND DELIVERED 4. UNDERTAKING RESEARCH INTO THE NEEDS OF THE BENEFICIARIES AND THE EXISTING PROVISION OF THE SERVICES AND THE DISSEMINATION OF THE USEFUL RESULT OF SUCH RESEARCHMENTAL DISORDER IN THESE OBJECTS SHALL MEAN MENTAL ILLNESS LEARNING DISABILITY PERSONALITY DISORDER OF THE MIND AND MENTALLY DISORDERED IN THE ABOVE OBJECTS SHALL BE CONSTRUED ACCORDINGLY.

Defined Area of Benefit:

NOT DEFINED

Data Sources

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