Finance Score: 0
Governance Score: 0
Support Score: 8
  • Strong growth: +2
  • Multiple Deficits: -2
  • No PartB
    • Grant maker support: +8
    Overall GiG Score: 8 ?

    COMMUNITY INTEGRATION AND ADVOCACY CENTRE 

    The objects of CIAC to advance education and relieve financial hardship amongst Emerging Communities in the Humber Region through the provision of legal and other advice and by any other means as the trustees may determine.Emerging communities are defined as refugees, asylum seekers, EEA migrants and other migrants.
    Analysis by Giving is Great

    Positives:

    • The charity has received backing from a grant maker recently
    • There has been strong growth in spending over the last 5 years

    Financial issues to consider:

    • A PartB annual return has not been required and so detailed financial information is not available from the online data
    • On several occasions in recent years income has been less than spending

    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
    01/01/23£83£61£22n/an/an/an/an/a11
    01/01/22£17£23£-7n/an/an/an/an/a9
    01/01/21£21£33£-11n/an/an/an/an/a8
    01/01/20*£46£33£13n/an/an/an/an/a13
    01/01/19£30£25£5n/an/an/an/an/a12
    07/01/18*£15£12£3£0£0£0n/a00

    Highest pay bracket: less than £60,000
    Established: 7 years

    CIAChumber@gmail.com

    07786805171

    Charity Commission for England and Wales
    UN SDGs
    ?
    Listed activities
    • Economic/Community Development/Employment
    • Human Rights/Religious Or Racial Harmony/Equality Or Diversity
    • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
    GiG Classification
    • Support for refugees & asylum seekers
    How it operates
    • Provides advocacy/advice/information
    • Provides services
    Where it operates
    • East Riding Of Yorkshire, Kingston Upon Hull City, North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire,
    Who it helps
    • Other Defined Groups

    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
    The Fore£29,312
    National Lottery Community Fund£9,980
    DCMS£8,500
    Crisis UK£4,050
    Specific Donations
    Amount When
    Months
    To be used for
    The Fore - Grant to Community Integration and Advocacy Centre
    £29,312 01/04/2024
    24
    Community Integration and Advocacy Centre (CIAC) supports emerging communities, such as refugees and asylum seekers, to resettle and contribute to life fully in the UK. Primarily based in The Humber, ....more
    National Lottery Community Fund - Advice Drop In Coordination
    £9,980 14/10/2022
    This funding will be used to offer OISC L3 regulated specialist immigration advice along with some generalist advice for migrants. This can include issues around asylum support welfare rights ....more
    DCMS - Coronavirus Community Support Fund
    £8,500 23/07/2020
    "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
    Crisis UK - Grant to CIAC Humber
    £4,050 27/04/2020
    Funding for costs associated with running a house for destitute asylum seekers and providing immigration advice

    Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

    How is it governed?

    Trustees (5)
    Current Trustees appointed

    Legal constitution
    • Charity registered in England & Wales on 04/01/2017, number: 1170984
    Gift Aid
    • NOT 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
    • Volunteer management
    Filing Record
    6 returns made; AR20: 149 days late, AR18: 39 days late,
    Main office

    69 ELLA STREET
    HULL
    HU5 3AJ

    Objectives

    TO ADVANCE EDUCATION AND RELIEVE FINANCIAL HARDSHIP AMONGST EMERGING COMMUNITIES IN THE HUMBER REGION THROUGH THE PROVISION OF LEGAL AND OTHER ADVICE AND BY ANY OTHER MEANS AS THE TRUSTEES MAY DETERMINE.EMERGING COMMUNITIES ARE DEFINED AS REFUGEES, ASYLUM SEEKERS, EU MIGRANTS AND OTHER MIGRANTS.

    Data Sources

    Charity Commission for England and Wales
    360 Giving
    CharityBase
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