Finance Score: 0
Governance Score: 9
Support Score: 13
  • Low unrestricted reserves: -2
  • Strong growth: +2
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Dynamic board: +3
  • Gender balanced board: +3
  • Grant maker support: +13
Overall GiG Score: 22 ?


The Thames Valley Partnership works in partnership with the statutory, private and voluntary sectors to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the problems of crime and social exclusion.
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  • There has been strong growth in spending over the last 5 years
  • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
  • 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 gender and dynamic in terms of composition

Financial issues to consider:

  • Unrestricted reserves appear to be dangerously low at the latest year end

Financial Data ?

Income & Spending ?
Sources of Income ?
Y/E Income
Cost £k
Funds £k
Funds £k
Staff Volun-

Financial Ratios
Fundraising Costs/Relevant Income: 0%
Fundraising Costs/Total Spending: 0%
Senior Staff Costs/Total Spending: 15%
Highest pay band: £60,000-£70,000
Liabilities/Assets: 34%
Liabilities/Income: 12%
Unrestricted Funds/Total Funds: 46%
Reserves/Spending: 1.3 months
Net Current Assets/Spending: 3 months
Quick Ratio: 2.5
Asset Split ?
Established: 30 years


Charity Commission for England and WalesCompanies HouseX
Listed activities
  • Economic/Community Development/Employment
  • Education/Training
  • Other Charitable Purposes
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
GiG Classification
  • Shelter for homeless, vulnerable & excluded people
How it operates
  • Acts as an umbrella or resource body
  • Other charitable activities
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Provides services
Where it operates
  • Northern Ireland, Scotland, Throughout England And Wales,
Who it helps
  • Other Defined Groups
  • The General Public/Mankind

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£817,099
Lloyds Bank Foundation£212,539
Home Office£207,438
CHK Foundation£107,642
Rothschild Foundation£30,000
Ministry of Justice£26,364
Specific Donations
Amount When
To be used for
Rothschild Foundation - Grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£30,000 26/09/2023
The funding will pay 1/4 of the Core costs, which will include salaries of the Finance Manager, CEO, Recruitment, Rent and rates, Insurances, data security, office and admin costs.
National Lottery Community Fund - Family Matters Continuation 2
£499,594 30/08/2023
This funding will support the families of those accused of viewing illegal online images at a crisis point in their lives across Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire Berkshire and the West Mercia Police area. ....more
CHK Foundation - CHK Main Grant
£5,126 31/01/2023
to support specified work
National Lottery Community Fund - Family Matters - continuation
£122,505 11/08/2022
The organisation will use this funding to provide support to families of convicted offenders and families of those accused of viewing illegal online images. The project will operate across the 3 ....more
Ministry of Justice - HMPPS: Innovation Grant Programme
£26,364 01/04/2022
Developing targeted interventions to strengthen women's family ties and relationships with significant others. The project will pilot Family Group Conferencing (FGC) in Thames Valley sites in ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - New Leaf for Young People
£195,000 02/12/2021
The funding will be invested in the New Leaf project which provides mentoring for young people at risk of offending in the Thames Valley. Referrals for this service come from police and other ....more
CHK Foundation - CHK Main Grant
£102,516 25/08/2021
to support specified work
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Variation grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£12,300 23/07/2020
Grant to Thames Valley Partnership meeting the additional costs of adapting services, premises or implementing other safety measures in response to the Covid pandemic.
AB Charitable Trust - A grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£10,000 23/04/2020
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Thames Valley Partnership delivers programmes relating to crime and social exclusion, working with ex-offenders, familes of offenders and victims. Programmes ....more
£170,980 01/04/2020
To meet the Prime Ministers aim to transform the Governments approach to domestic abuse. The strategic aims are to:promote awareness to put domestic abuse at the top of everyones agenda, and raise ....more
£36,458 01/04/2020
The purpose of this funding is to provide additional funds for DA charities to help them cope with the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic/lockdown; to enable them to continue to meet their usual ....more
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£200,239 19/11/2019
To work within a specific geographical area (Thames Valley) to test out ways in which specialist charities can build capacity and come together to better support criminal justice agencies in their ....more
Home Office - Technological Support for Victims of Domestic Abuse 2019-20
£100,000 01/04/2019
Thames Valley Partnership works in partnership with the statutory, private and voluntary sectors to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the problems of crime and social exclusion. The ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Family Matters
£350,834 31/10/2018
A project to support children families and friends of offenders and prisoners at all stages of the criminal system. It will include improving access to information and advice, signpost families to ....more
Home Office - Technological Support for Victims of Domestic Abuse 2018-19
£100,000 01/04/2018
Thames Valley Partnership works in partnership with the statutory, private and voluntary sectors to provide long-term sustainable solutions to the problems of crime and social exclusion. The ....more
Oxfordshire Community Foundation - Family Matters at Oxford Crown Court and HMP Bullingdon
£10,000 28/02/2018
Staff the Family Matters Desk at Oxford Crown Court one day a week (Thursdays are sentencing day when most sentences of imprisonment are passed), offering immediate crisis support to families, ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Purposeful housing for the homeless coming out of prison.
£9,950 24/05/2017
This is a project by a charity in Aylesbury Vale serving people in Milton Keynes South. The organisation will carry out a scoping study on plans to provide a housing and employment project, offering ....more
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£90,000 30/03/2017
Thames Valley Partnership is requesting funding for its New Leaf Project to enable it to provide its through the gate mentoring support to people leaving prison who do not meet the criteria for ....more
Oxfordshire Community Foundation - New Leaf Coordinator- Oxfordshire
£2,500 01/12/2016
New Leaf is currently supporting 8 individuals in Oxfordshire (Oxford central 5, Bicester/Ban/North Oxon 1, South Oxon 2) to make more positive life choices and to improve interpersonal skills, ....more
Henry Smith Charity - Grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£75,000 12/03/2015
towards three years' running costs of 'Family Approaches', a project providing support to the children and families of offenders and prisoners in the Thames Valley
National Lottery Community Fund - Safe and secure system for meetings between mentors and ex-offenders
£10,000 29/10/2014
Not Available
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£40,000 27/09/2013
This charity works with partners to deliver a range of services protecting victims of crime and supporting offenders and their families to move forward positively. New Leaf provides mentoring support ....more
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to Thames Valley Partnership
£200,000 09/02/2011
Towards the continuation and enhancement of the Family Matters programme, enabling better support to the families of offenders and joining up services.
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Trustees (6)
Current Trustees appointed
Gender Split

Age Range of Trustees: 37-68
  • HENRY ALLMAND Appointed: 2020, Occupation: Chief Executive Officer
  • RUPERT COLES Appointed: 2022, Occupation: Management Consultant
Legal constitution
  • Charitable company registered in England & Wales on 14/01/1994, number: 1031545
  • Registered at Companies House on 17/12/1993, number: 02881664
Gift Aid
  • Registered with HMRC for Gift Aid
Policies in force
  • Complaints handling
  • Complaints policy and procedures
  • Financial reserves policy and procedures
  • Internal risk management policy and procedures
  • Paying staff
  • 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
  • Trustee expenses policy and procedures
  • Volunteer management
Filing Record
20 returns made; all on time
Main office

The Coach House
Manor Farm Courtyard
Aston Sandford
HP17 8JB


The Charity’s objects (“the Objects”) are to:Promote good citizenship, champion community needs, deliver high quality services for those affected by crime, including victims and offenders; encourage greater public participation in the prevention and solution of crime and the support and assistance of those affected or at risk of being affected by crimePromote, and actively engage in, cooperation, coordination, joint action and partnerships with organisations and bodies operating across the social justice sector together with private sector entities and the general public. Promote social inclusion by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society. For the purpose of this clause ‘socially excluded’ means being excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of one of more of the following factors: crime (whether as a victim, offender or otherwise affected thereby);unemployment; financial hardship; youth or old age; ill health (physical or mental); substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drugs; discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, disability, ethnic origin, religion, belief, creed, sexual orientation or gender re-assignment; poor educational or skills attainment; relationship and family breakdown and poor or inadequate housing .Promote, including in partnership with the police and other public sector bodies, the protection of people and property from, and the prevention of, criminal acts.

Defined Area of Benefit:


Data Sources

Charity Commission for England and Wales
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