Finance Score: 0
Governance Score: -3
Support Score: 6
  • No PartB
  • All male board: -3
  • Grant maker support: +6
Overall GiG Score: 3 ?

FRAMWELLGATE MOOR YOUTH & COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 

TO RUN AND MAINTAIN, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE INHABITANTS OF FRAMWELLGATE MOOR AND THE ADJACENT LOCALITY, A VIABLE COMMUNITY AND YOUTH CENTRE IN ORDER TO ADVANCE EDUCATION AND TO PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR RECREATIONAL AND LEISURE-TIME OCCUPATION WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE FOR THE SAID INHABITANTS.
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Positives:

  • 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

Regulatory & Governance issues to consider:

  • One or more trustees receive payments or benefits from the charity for providing services to the charity
  • The Board is completely male

Financial issues to consider:

  • A PartB annual return has not been required and so detailed financial information is not available from the online data
Established: 10 years

www.FMYCA.org.uk

framyca@gmail.com

01913863356

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UN SDGs
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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
31/12/22£89£77£12n/an/an/an/an/a6
31/12/21£77£84£-6n/an/an/an/an/a4
31/12/20£117£83£33n/an/an/an/an/a4
31/12/19£61£50£12n/an/an/an/an/a3
31/12/18*£104£46£58£0£0£0n/a03
31/12/17£98£85£13£0£0£0n/a00
31/12/16£76£63£13£0£0£0n/a00
31/12/15£67£124£-57£0£0£0n/a00
31/12/14£147£100£47£0£0£0n/a00

Highest pay bracket: less than £60,000
Listed activities
  • Amateur Sport
  • Arts/Culture/Heritage/Science
  • Economic/Community Development/Employment
  • Education/Training
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Recreation
  • Religious Activities
How it operates
  • Provides buildings/facilities/open space
Where it operates
  • Durham,
Who it helps
  • Children/Young People
  • Elderly/Old People
  • People Of A Particular Ethnic Or Racial Origin
  • People With Disabilities
  • The General Public/Mankind
Who works here?
  • Unknown number of employees
  • 6 volunteers

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
DCMS£31,699
National Lottery Community Fund£18,178
County Durham Community Foundation£8,355
Co-Operative Group£4,907
Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
County Durham Community Foundation - Upgrading Office IT equipment
£2,710 08/02/2023
Towards upgrading Office IT equipment.
County Durham Community Foundation - Warm Spaces support
£1,000 23/11/2022
To provide a warm space.
National Lottery Community Fund - Framwellgate Moor Platinum Jubilee Celebrations 'Come together'
£8,178 08/04/2022
The funding will be used to deliver a series of weekend activities over the Platinum Jubilee weekend for the community to attend. This includes a cultural and heritage day with creative activities ....more
Co-Operative Group - Grant to Framwellgate Moor Youth & Community Centre
£4,907 23/10/2021
We'd like to make our main hall more accessible to those with hearing disabilities and widen its use to a range of presentational-style events, such as group teaching and public meetings.
County Durham Community Foundation - Installing an audio visual system with hearing loop
£4,645 06/11/2020
To install an audio visual system with hearing loop.
DCMS - Coronavirus Community Support Fund
£31,699 05/08/2020
"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
National Lottery Community Fund - Upgrading the male toilet in the Youth hall area
£10,000 31/03/2020
1
The funding will be used to improve facilities for existing and new users and visitors, including disabled people.
Garfield Weston Foundation - WAF award
£45,000 05/10/2018
Kitchen Upgrade Reconfiguration and Refurbishment
Co-Operative Group - Grant to Framwellgate Moor Youth & Community Association
£3,806 04/08/2017
Refurbishing our toilets will make our centre much more attractive to potential users, especially those who need accessible facilities.
Garfield Weston Foundation - Main Grants award
£5,000 13/07/2017
Core costs
National Lottery Community Fund - Main Toilets Refurbishment including new accessible WC
£10,000 08/03/2017
12
The project will refurbish the community centre toilets to improve facilities for existing and new user groups, including disabled people, so they can access social, learning and health based ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Youth End Galley Refurbishment
£10,000 26/11/2014
12
Not Available
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Trustees (7)
Current Trustees appointed
Gender Split
Based on 6/7 persons

Legal constitution
  • Charity registered in England & Wales on 04/11/2013, number: 1154450
Gift Aid
  • NOT registered with HMRC for Gift Aid
Policies in force
  • Complaints handling
  • Conflicting interests
  • Paying staff
  • Risk management
  • Safeguarding vulnerable beneficiaries
  • Volunteer management
Filing Record
9 returns made; AR18: 68 days late,
Main office

Community Centre
Front Street
Framwellgate Moor
DURHAM
DH1 5BL

Objectives

THE OBJECTS OF THE CIO ARE TO ESTABLISH AND RUN A COMMUNITY CENTRE AND TO PROMOTE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE INHABITANTS OF THE PARISH OF FRAMWELLGATE MOOR AND NEIGHBOURHOOD (“AREA OF BENEFIT”) WITHOUT DISTINCTION OF SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, AGE, DISABILITY, NATIONALITY, RACE OR POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS OR OTHER OPINIONS THE PROVISION OF FACILITIES FOR RECREATION OR OTHER LEISURE TIME OCCUPATION OF INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE NEED OF SUCH FACILITIES BY REASON OF THEIR YOUTH, AGE, INFIRMITY OR DISABLEMENT, FINANCIAL HARDSHIP OR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES OR FOR THE PUBLIC AT LARGE IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE OF THE SAID INHABITANTS.

Data Sources

Charity Commission for England and Wales
360 Giving
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