Finance Score: -1
Governance Score: 6
Support Score: 14
  • Liabilities <10%: +3
  • Excess reserves: -4
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Dynamic board: +3
  • Large volunteers +3
  • Grant maker support: +11
Overall GiG Score: 19 ?

BISHOP CREIGHTON HOUSE SETTLEMENT 

Community centre and outreach services to children, older people and young people with learning disabilities.
Analysis by Giving is Great

Positives:

  • This charity has been successful in attracting volunteers relative to its size
  • This charity has a robust balance sheet
  • 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 dynamic in terms of composition

Regulatory & Governance issues to consider:

  • Over half the Board have joined recently

Financial issues to consider:

  • This charity has substantial assets and unrestricted reserves of £2,756,293 available, equivalent to 48 months of spending and so may not be able to utilise additional funding

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£963£684£279£142£3,296£2,75648.410150
31/03/22£853£614£238£103£3,098£2,81054.917210
31/03/21£737£724£13£118£2,896£2,85747.319220
31/03/20£677£779£-102£98£2,814£2,75542.421270
31/03/19£803£845£-42£65£3,045£2,98542.424268
31/03/18£867£881£-14£82£3,082£3,00841240
31/03/17£850£817£33£53£3,099£3,04144.7220
31/03/16*£765£762£4£75£3,054£3,02247.6200
31/03/15£650£704£-54£123£2,161£2,12536.2140
31/03/14£625£649£-23£107£2,207£2,14439.7140
31/03/13£611£739£-128£32£2,227£2,17835.4150
31/03/12£663£778£-115£34£2,343£2,28135.2150
31/03/11£1,073£904£168£31£2,459£2,28730.3200
31/03/10£1,048£967£81£30£2,289£2,22527.6220
31/03/09£805£900£-95£36£2,180£2,13828.5220
31/03/08£651£737£-86£36£2,306£2,28437.2200
31/03/07£729£699£30£26£2,416£2,34340.2200
31/03/06£598£616£-19£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/05£630£678£-48£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/04£664£692£-28£0£0£0n/a00

Financial Ratios
Fundraising Costs/Relevant Income: 17.9%
Fundraising Costs/Total Spending: 20.9%
Highest pay band: Less than £60,000
Liabilities/Assets: 6%
Liabilities/Income: 23%
Unrestricted Funds/Total Funds: 84%
Reserves/Spending: 48.4 months
Net Current Assets/Spending: 5 months
Quick Ratio: 2
Asset Split ?
Established: 28 years

www.creightonhouse.org

info@creightonhouse.org

02073859689

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UN SDGs
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Listed activities
  • Disability
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
GiG Classification
  • Community services
How it operates
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Provides buildings/facilities/open space
  • Provides human resources
  • Provides services
Where it operates
  • Hammersmith And Fulham,
Who it helps
  • Children/Young People
  • Elderly/Old People
  • People With Disabilities
  • 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£126,225
City Bridge Trust£98,674
Garfield Weston Foundation£65,000
Masonic Trust£50,000
The Charity of Sir Richard Whittington£35,080
DCMS£33,104
The London Community Foundation£15,000
Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
Garfield Weston Foundation - Main Grants award
£35,000 07/08/2023
The Creighton Centre
Masonic Trust - MCF Large Grant
£50,000 17/11/2022
Contribution to the Homeline programme, reducing isolation, and promoting independence and wellbeing by providing support to isolated older people in Hammersmith & Fulham and surrounding boroughs.
National Lottery Community Fund - 'Healthy Minds' for people with learning disabilities
£9,850 15/07/2022
The funding will be used to extend an existing in-depth outreach project for people with learning disabilities to provide enhanced mental health support. The project aims to improve mental health ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Homeline for older people
£106,425 04/07/2022
The project will use funding to deliver their Homeline for older people programme. This is a volunteer-delivered '360 degrees' programme that supports socially isolated older people (average age 82) ....more
City Bridge Trust - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£74,500 17/11/2021
24
£74,500 over two years (£37,000; £37,500) towards the part-time salaries of two Learning Disability Outreach Coordinators.
Garfield Weston Foundation - Main Grants award
£30,000 01/10/2021
Helping disadvantaged people live an independent life
The Charity of Sir Richard Whittington - Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund Grant
£5,080 03/03/2021
6
To cover the adapted delivery of online sessions given the extended lockdown and activities to support outside activities
Co-Operative Group - Grant to Bishop Creighton House (BCH)
£6,431 24/10/2020
We would like to provide a one-year wellbeing programme for older people who are lonely and isolated to keep them safe and well at home.
City Bridge Trust - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£24,174 13/08/2020
towards the costs outlined in your application for the re-purposing of the organisation for the post-covid period, excluding the costs of fundraising or volunteer recruitment
DCMS - Coronavirus Community Support Fund
£33,104 03/07/2020
"The fund aims to:1) To reduce closures of essential charities that provide essential services to vulnerable groups during the COVID-19 crisis by ensuring they have the financial resources to ....more
The Charity of Sir Richard Whittington - Grant to Bishop Creighton House Settlement
£30,000 14/05/2020
25
Replicate Homeline services for older, isolated people in a new area.
The London Community Foundation - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£10,000 06/05/2020
New & creative safe ways of working with people learning disabilities & mental health challenges and providing extra emotional/anxiety help from a counsellor to those most affected; as well ....more
The London Community Foundation - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£5,000 14/04/2020
Help! Emergency food packages and other essentials to be delivered by our fabulous (and socially distancing!) DBS-checked volunteers to those already socially isolated older people that are shielded ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Safer homes for vulnerable people
£9,950 17/02/2020
11
The project will use the funding to provide advice and practical help regarding home safety to older people and other residents including those on low incomes, with the aim to improve skills and ....more
City Bridge Trust - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£106,500 07/09/2018
36
£106,500 over three years (£35,000; £35,500; £36,000) for the full-time salary of a Learning Disability Outreach Co-ordinator.
National Lottery Community Fund - Homeline - for disadvantaged & lonely older people
£9,875 21/03/2018
12
The charity will deliver a befriending service for local older people; training volunteers to provide home visits, safe and well telephone checks, hospital visits and monthly social and information ....more
Co-Operative Group - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£7,510 04/08/2017
"Mentoring Plus" provides young people with learning disabilities a life changing chance to develop confidence and achieve their potential.
The Clothworkers Foundation - Grant to Bishop Creighton House Settlement
£16,000 12/06/2017
purchase a van for a charity which works with older people in London
Henry Smith Charity - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£79,900 10/03/2016
36
towards three years' continuation funding of the salary of the Homeline Volunteer Coordinator at a project providing support to older, isolated people in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
Lloyds Bank Foundation - Grant to Bishop Creighton House Settlement
£31,800 29/04/2014
This charity provides a local community centre and a borough wide support projects, these focusing on supporting older people and people with learning disabilities. It is seeking funding for its ....more
Henry Smith Charity - Grant to Bishop Creighton House
£78,000 05/12/2012
36
towards three years' running costs of Homeline, a project which supports isolated older people in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Trustees (8)
Current Trustees appointed

Age Range of Trustees: 29-62
  • ALEX HEARN Appointed: 2022, Occupation: Graphic Designer
  • JANA REID Appointed: 2022, Occupation: Finance & Technology
  • OMID MIRI Appointed: 2023, Occupation: Immigration Caseworker / Ward Councillor
  • RHYS OWEN Appointed: 2019, Occupation: Quantity Surveyor
  • SIDONA ASSEFA Appointed: 2022, Occupation: Operations Coordinator
Legal constitution
  • Charitable company registered in England & Wales on 08/11/1996, number: 1059084
  • Registered at Companies House on 27/06/1996, number: 03217598
Gift Aid
  • Registered with HMRC for Gift Aid
Policies in force
  • Bullying and harassment policy and procedures
  • Campaigns and political activity 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
  • Investing charity funds policy and procedures
  • Investment
  • Paying staff
  • Risk management
  • Safeguarding policy and procedures
  • Safeguarding vulnerable beneficiaries
  • Serious incident reporting policy and procedures
  • Trustee conflicts of interest policy and procedures
  • Trustee expenses policy and procedures
  • Volunteer management
Filing Record
20 returns made; AR16: 2 days late,
Main office

378 LILLIE ROAD
LONDON
SW6 7PH

Objectives

(A) TO PROMOTE THE BENEFIT OF INHABITANTS OF THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM AND THE SURROUNDING AREA WITHOUT DISTINCTION OF SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, RACE OR OF POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS OR OTHER OPINIONS, BY ASSOCIATING TOGETHER THE SAID INHABITANTS AND THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES, VOLUNTARY AND OTHER ORGANISATIONS IN A COMMON EFFORT TO ADVANCE EDUCATION AND TO PROVIDE FACILITIES IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE FOR RECREATION AND LEISURE-TIME OCCUPATION WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE FOR THE SAID INHABITANTS;(B) TO ESTABLISH, OR SECURE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF, A COMMUNITY CENTRE AND TO MAINTAIN AND MANAGE THE SAME (WHETHER ALONE OR IN CO-OPERATION WITH ANY LOCAL AUTHORITY OR OTHER PERSON OR BODY); AND(C) TO RELIEVE THOSE IN NEED, BY REASON OF AGE, DISABILITY, ILL-HEALTH, YOUTH, FINANCIAL HARDSHIP OR OTHER DISADVANTAGE, IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY BY PROVIDING SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICES TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM AND OTHER LONDON BOROUGHS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SERVICES RELATING TO BEFRIENDING, MENTORING, TRAINING, MOBILITY AND HOME ACCESSIBILITY AND SAFETY.

Defined Area of Benefit:

NOT DEFINED

Data Sources

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