Finance Score: 8
Governance Score: 8
Support Score: 14
  • Good reserves management: +3
  • Strong growth: +2
  • Fundraising costs low: +3
  • 12+ Trustees: -1
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Dynamic board: +3
  • Gender balanced board: +3
  • Grant maker support: +14
Overall GiG Score: 30 ?

ST GILES TRUST 

Mission:

Empowering people facing multiple disadvantages in their life through support, advice and training, often provided by people with lived experience.
Analysis by Giving is Great

Positives:

  • Reserves management has been consistently within official guidelines
  • There has been strong growth in spending over the last 5 years
  • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
  • Fundraising costs are unusually 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 gender and dynamic in terms of composition

Regulatory & Governance issues to consider:

  • There are 13 trustees whereas the Charities Commission recommends a maximum of 12
Established: 35 years

www.stgilestrust.org.uk

info@stgilestrust.org.uk

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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£18,888£19,785£-898£829£9,808£7,6114.639350
31/03/22£17,307£15,995£1,312£577£10,755£7,5435.736237
31/03/21£14,928£13,717£1,211£472£9,402£6,2285.4342100
31/03/20£15,312£13,320£1,993£412£8,048£5,0314.5302100
31/03/19£11,109£10,438£671£397£6,149£3,9064.5235100
31/03/18£9,847£9,397£451£398£5,469£3,2614.22080
31/03/17£7,934£8,247£-313£398£5,028£3,1574.61880
31/03/16£8,532£7,813£719£343£4,509£3,0364.71770
31/03/15£7,603£7,211£392£377£3,793£2,8084.71540
31/03/14£7,793£6,468£1,325£279£3,398£2,4884.61370
31/03/13£5,413£4,931£482£228£2,070£2,0495990
31/03/12£4,712£4,667£45£227£1,584£1,4873.81120
31/03/11£4,732£5,057£-326£207£1,539£1,4373.41130
31/03/10£5,311£5,281£30£172£1,863£1,5653.61260
31/03/09£4,730£4,713£17£196£1,825£1,4053.61110
31/03/08£4,347£4,252£95£133£1,818£1,8185.11010
31/03/07£3,462£3,366£95£113£1,730£1,7306.2710
31/03/06£2,767£2,653£114£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/05£2,197£1,679£518£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/04£1,341£1,351£-10£0£0£0n/a00

Financial Ratios
Fundraising Costs/Relevant Income: 4.4%
Fundraising Costs/Total Spending: 4.2%
Senior Staff Costs/Total Spending: 5%
Highest pay band: £110,000-£120,000
Liabilities/Assets: 30%
Liabilities/Income: 22%
Unrestricted Funds/Total Funds: 78%
Reserves/Spending: 4.6 months
Net Current Assets/Spending: 5 months
Quick Ratio: 2.2
Asset Split ?
What it does
  • Accommodation/Housing
  • Education/Training
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Provision of services offering advice, advocacy and support to those facing severe social disadvantage and multiple barriers in their lives. Particular focus on provision of training and support for those with lived experience to become professional workers able to support these services and enter the job market.
Who works here?
  • 393 employees
  • 50 volunteers
Who it helps
  • Children/Young People
  • Elderly/Old People
  • Other Defined Groups
  • People With Disabilities
  • The General Public/Mankind
How it operates
  • Makes Grants to Individuals
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Provides buildings/facilities/open space
  • Provides human resources
  • Provides services
Where it operates
  • Northern Ireland, Scotland, 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
Home Office£860,800
Greenwood Place£790,000
Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime£719,500
National Lottery Community Fund£645,482
BBC Children in Need£319,424
London Borough of Southwark£275,259
Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
London Catalyst - St Giles Trust - 8
£1,000 14/11/2023
Hardship Fund
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust
£90,000 07/08/2023
This grant will provide support services for children and young people facing drug-based exploitation. It will help to improve their self-esteem, empower them to make positive decisions, and give ....more
City Bridge Trust - Grant to St Giles Trust
£146,725 02/05/2023
£146,725 over three years (£48,492, £48,463, £49,770) to sustain the Peer Circles programme, a tailored advice service supporting 180 of the most vulnerable and stigmatised people to build a ....more
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£76,220 31/03/2023
Community Safety grant from the Environment, Neighbourhoods & Growth department
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£17,400 31/03/2023
Community Safety grant from the Environment, Neighbourhoods & Growth department for MOPAC - PRU mentoring
Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation - A prevention service supporting young people in school at risk of or involved in child criminal exploitation
£20,944 31/01/2023
Luton SOS+
The Shears Foundation - St Giles Trust
£5,500 12/01/2023
Choice Yorkshire - Footsteps Programme
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£150,000 01/01/2023
Unrestricted funding
John Lyon's Charity - Main grant to St Giles Trust
£90,000 17/11/2022
SOS+ Mentoring Programme (Brent River College)
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust
£50,000 12/10/2022
This grant will empower Black children and young people from Cardiff to deliver Social Action in their community
The Rayne Foundation - Grant to St Giles Trust
£50,000 20/09/2022
Towards a project that will work with 40 children and young people per year (80 in total) on the edge of being taken into Local Authority care.
Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime - Grant to St Giles Trust
£719,500 15/08/2022
Response & Rescue and Variation (Original MOPAC 130). Cost Ext for FY 2022/23 Funding Allocation
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£175,000 01/07/2022
Unrestricted funding
Walcot Foundation - SOS+ Embedded Mentor in Bishop Thomas Grant School
£65,000 24/05/2022
St Giles a national social justice charity based in Camberwell with a focus on helping individuals facing multiple and complex disadvantages. Their 'SOS' project employs ex-gang members to support ....more
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£76,220 31/03/2022
Community Safety grant from the Environment & Leisure department
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£17,400 31/03/2022
Community Safety grant from the Environment & Leisure department for MOPAC - PRU mentoring
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust
£100,439 03/02/2022
This project will provide support for children with a parent in prison by providing 1-2-1, family and peer support. This work will reduce social isolation, increase resilience and help towards ....more
The Shears Foundation - St Giles Trust
£5,000 27/10/2021
Girls and Gangs
Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation - SOS+ Schools Project Coordinator (Lea Manor)
£30,000 23/08/2021
This funding will enable us to continue working with pupils at Lea Manor School who are at risk of being drawn into criminal activity, supporting them towards positive life choices.
The EQ Foundation - Grant to St Giles Trust
£15,000 15/08/2021
Evaluation of SOS+ programme
National Lottery Community Fund - Empowering communities: tackling disadvantage through system change
£497,585 22/07/2021
36
Using £497585 over three years St Giles will continue their peer advisor programmes. They will work with 100 Community Champions to identify solutions to help improve their communities. The project ....more
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£150,000 01/07/2021
Unrestricted funding
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£75,000 01/04/2021
Unrestricted funding
Essex Community Foundation - Grant to St Giles Trust
£6,473 18/03/2021
to help run preventative sessions on violence, vulnerability and exploitation for pupils in seven Essex schools
Suffolk Community Foundation - SOS+ Olive Academy Suffolk
£20,000 17/02/2021
12
Towards a SOS+ Mentor/Facilitator working at Olive Alternative Provision Academy, Stowmarket.
The Childhood Trust - Pantry: supporting vulnerable children and families
£7,500 08/12/2020
Our Pantry is a food hub with a difference. We will provide weekly, healthy food to hundreds struggling to feed themselves and their families. We will couple healthy food packages with expert advice ....more
Masonic Trust - MCF Large Grant
£57,525 14/10/2020
A grant to support disadvantaged children and families in Leeds through short term crisis support in response to COVID-19
Suffolk Community Foundation - SOS+ Suffolk
£5,000 25/09/2020
12
Towards a SOS+ crime prevention and intervention programme for children and young people involved in, or at risk of criminal exploitation.
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust
£75,985 09/09/2020
18
COVID19 - This grant will fund 1-1 and holistic family support to children on the edge of care and care leavers who have been isolated due to Covid-19, this will improve safety, family relationships ....more
Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation - Grant to St Giles Trust
£30,000 13/08/2020
11
SOS+ Schools Project Coordinator (Lea Manor)
The EQ Foundation - Grant to St Giles Trust
£15,000 22/07/2020
Evaluation of SOS+ programme
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£160,000 01/07/2020
Unrestricted funding
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust
£3,000 17/06/2020
6
COVID19 - This grant will fund activity packs and personal support for young people exploited by County Lines gangs and are further isolated by the Covid-19 pandemic to continue to improve their ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Peer Advisor Network and Peer Circles - Covid 19
£147,897 17/06/2020
9
St Giles Trust Peer Hubs provide support people with multiple complex needs closer to and into employment. They do this by training up peer advisors who then go on to use their lived experience to ....more
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£76,220 01/04/2020
Community Safety grant from the Environment & Leisure department
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£5,799 01/04/2020
Community Safety grant from the Environment & Leisure department for MOPAC - PRU mentoring
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£6,000 01/04/2020
COVID-19 community grants wave 2 grant from the Finance & Governance department
Department for Work and Pensions - FSF Partnership ST GILES TRUST
£19,550 01/04/2020
To move claimants either into work or closer to work.
Home Office - County Lines - Specialist Victim Support
£860,800 01/04/2020
The Prime Minister has publicly expressed his commitment to roll up county lines and in October 2019 the Home Secretary announced a new package of measures to disrupt the county lines model, ....more
Foundation Scotland - Grant to St Giles Trust
£400 25/03/2020
General charitable donation from Mark Tennant.
Hackney Council - Grant to St Giles Trust
£60,000 28/10/2019
24
The St Giles Trust SOS Project works to support gang affected individuals or those at risk of violence and criminal exploitation, who want to move away from that lifestyle into mainstream work and ....more
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£80,000 01/07/2019
Unrestricted funding
The Childhood Trust - Summer Give 2019
£6,250 17/06/2019
St Giles Trust will provide a six-week intensive programme to high risk young people identified as being at an increased risk of vulnerability, exploitation and violence. The structured programme ....more
Home Office - EGVE - Support Services for Victims of County Lines 2019-20 - St Giles
£202,350 01/04/2019
This grant will support continuation of the SOS County Lines service for a period of 12 months, from 1 April 2019 31 March 2020, at an amount of £202,350.This will include costs such as for senior ....more
Home Office - Knife Crime Community Fund 2019-20
£58,107 01/04/2019
The fund was set up in 2017/18 to support community projects which reduce knife crime and have a positive impact on young people at risk of carrying a knife and committing crime. The fund was open to ....more
Ministry of Justice - HMPPS Innovation Grant Programme 19-20
£131,556 01/04/2019
To address the distinct needs of young adults and improve approaches to their management and rehabilitation. 
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£76,220 01/04/2019
Community Safety grant from the Housing & Modernisation department
DCMS - St Giles Trust
£555,685 01/04/2019
The purpose of the Tampon Tax Fund is to allocate the funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls.
Suffolk Community Foundation - St Giles Trust Prevention and Intervention Service
£20,000 14/03/2019
11
Towards the St Giles trust Prevention and Intervention Service.
National Lottery Community Fund - Peer Advisor Hubs
£3,697,249 10/01/2019
47
Peer Advisor Hubs
DCMS - Tampon Tax Community Fund
£7,000 02/01/2019
The women who will access Peer to Peer have multiple, complex needs, drug and alcohol misuse, mental health issues and a history of offending. They often have a long history of poor engagement with ....more
Greenwood Place - Grant to St Giles Trust
£80,000 01/01/2019
Unrestricted funding
Co-Op Foundation - Youth Community Spaces offer
£9,929 20/12/2018
Working with young people to develop their office into a space they want to access
DCMS - Building Connections Fund - Community Spaces
£9,929 20/12/2018
Working with young people to develop their office into a space they want to access
Greater London Authority - Young Londoners Fund
£149,250 01/12/2018
Be WISE will deliver credible, consistent and holistic work with the young people to address their specific needs, building on a small pilot service. Working alongside employment services, St ....more
Co-Operative Group - Grant to St Giles Trust
£10,815 19/11/2018
With your help, we will help 50 of the most disadvantaged people in society for 12 months, transforming their lives.
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust
£98,906 23/10/2018
24
This project will support children with a parent in prison through 1-2-1 and family support. This will result in reduced social isolation, improved ability to express their emotions, and a happier ....more
Suffolk Community Foundation - Peer Advisors
£5,000 15/10/2018
12
Towards training and mentoring young people coming out of Pupil Referral Units and a 2 week voluntary placement.
Home Office - Knife Crime Community Fund 18-19
£121,618 03/09/2018
The fund was set up in 2017/18 to support community projects which reduce knife crime and have a positive impact on young people at risk of carrying a knife and committing crime. The fund was open to ....more
Ministry of Justice - Addressing the Needs of Male and/or Female Young Adults - St Giles Trust
£83,532 06/07/2018
To address the distinct needs of young adults and improve approaches to their management and rehabilitation. 
Trust for London - St Giles Trust
£80,000 14/06/2018
24
The funding is for a specialist Career Coach addressing the issues of low pay and poor quality jobs, as they impact on people with criminal convictions, a group that experiences significant labour ....more
The Clothworkers Foundation - Grant to St Giles Trust
£25,000 16/05/2018
purchase of new boiler for a charity which works with prisoners and ex-offenders in South London
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£74,000 01/04/2018
Community Safety grant from the Housing & Modernisation department
Home Office - EGVE - Support Services for Victims of County Lines - St Giles 2018-19
£46,502 01/04/2018
As part of the Ending Gang Violence and Exploitation programme the Home Office will provide funding to ST GILES TRUST of up to £46,502.The grant will support continuation of the SOS County Lines ....more
DCMS - St Giles Trust
£521,473 01/04/2018
The purpose of the Tampon Tax Fund is to allocate the funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls.
National Lottery Community Fund - Peer Advisor Hub Cardiff
£489,185 24/01/2018
36
The project will provide Peer Advisor training to people from across South Wales who have faced significant disadvantage. Beneficiaries will receive training, including a 12 week module ‘Learning ....more
Suffolk Community Foundation - Jubilee Mentors Project
£20,000 11/12/2017
12
To deliver an individualised intervention service working with 16 young people over a 12 month period.
Home Office - Knife Crime Community Fund 17-18
£20,000 01/12/2017
The fund has been set up to support community projects which reduce knife crime and have a positive impact on young people at risk of carrying a knife and committing crime. Bids have been assessed on ....more
Ministry of Justice - Maximising positive engagement with Muslim prisoners
£89,225 01/08/2017
To develop new models/interventions that can be effective in promoting inclusion, positive engagement and optimal rehabilitation of Muslim prisoners.
Barrow Cadbury Trust - BRAVE Inside
£47,000 08/07/2017
18
To support the delivery of a pilot project to support young men in HMP/YOI Brinsford who may be at risk of gang involvement and radicalisation.
Home Office - EGVE (Ending Gang Violence and Exploitation) Support Services for Victims of County Lines 17-18
£293,550 01/07/2017
This grant would provide Ending Gang Violence and Exploitation (EGVE) support to St Giles Trust working in partnership with Missing People for 9 months in FY2017/18 for:?SOS County Lines ? casework ....more
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£74,000 01/04/2017
Community Safety grant from the Childrens & Adults Services department
National Lottery Community Fund - Working Out
£390,228 22/02/2017
36
This Ipswich-based project supports offenders and ex-offenders whose convictions are holding them back from moving into employment. Peer mentoring, specialist advice and training will increase ....more
BBC Children in Need - Grant to St Giles Trust Cymru
£114,282 09/02/2017
36
This project will provide support services for children and young people facing drug-based exploitation. They will reduce their involvement with illegal activities, have improved family ....more
Ministry of Justice - Easy Read Materials For Prisoners
£21,914 01/01/2017
3
To Produce Easy Read Materials For Prisoners
The Childhood Trust - Expect Respect
£5,250 02/12/2016
To build the confidence and self-worth of vulnerable young women and girls in Lambeth by empowering them to become valuable members of the community able to take ownership of their futures, reject ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Lon/2/19 - Peer Circles
£648,750 09/11/2016
36
The Peer Circles project aims to provide support and activities for people with complex needs and those who are severely and multiply disadvantaged (SMD), supporting them towards having improved job ....more
City Bridge Trust - Grant to St Giles Trust
£150,270 22/09/2016
36
£150,270 over three years (£44,470, £52,100, £53,700) for the salary of the f/t WIRE Complex Needs Support Worker and associated project costs.
National Lottery Community Fund - Peer Hub London - Project location SE5 8JB
£489,154 18/05/2016
36
The Peer Hub London project will train ex-service users as peer advisors and reach out to other agencies about the benefits gained from having the support of someone who has been there. ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Lon/2/19 - Peer Circles
£47,264 26/04/2016
12
The funding will be used to develop partnership costs for research and participation in design meetings to support the relief of poverty, sickness and distress amongst persons who are in need, focus ....more
Ministry of Justice - Prison Reform And Better Outcomes For Prisoners And Their Families - St Giles Trust
£34,569 01/04/2016
12
Peer support by creating peer teaching assistants to motivate prisoners to engage in education programmes
London Borough of Southwark - Grant to St Giles Trust
£74,000 01/04/2016
Community Safety grant from the Childrens & Adults Services department
Comic Relief - Lambeth Safer Stronger Families: Reducing the Impact of Gang and Serious Youth Violence
£149,646 25/11/2015
36
Over 2000 violent crimes a year are committed by gangs in London. Many factors can lead to young people becoming involved with gangs including poverty, domestic violence and family issues. Research ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - St Giles Trust Hackney - Project location N7 6PA.
£488,446 07/10/2015
36
This project will develop their existing services for a further three years to support unemployed ex-offenders, help to improve their employability and move closer to and into employment.
National Lottery Community Fund - Peer Advisor Centre
£499,693 08/07/2015
36
This builds on existing work to develop the knowledge and employability skills of ex-service users in West Yorkshire. The project will recruit and train 120 support service users, including ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Yoga and Mindfulness for Resettlement
£10,000 15/04/2015
12
The group will use the funding to provide mindfulness and yoga sessions for ex-offenders, young offenders, victims of domestic violence and people who are homeless. This will engage beneficiaries in ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - Working Out
£356,520 16/07/2013
36
This expansion project will enable the establishment of a dedicated training and employment hub for ex-offenders in Ipswich who have previously found it difficult to get a job. This expansion project ....more
National Lottery Community Fund - St Giles Trust Hackney Service
£257,768 30/04/2013
24
St Giles Trust Hackney Service
The October Club -
£418,000 31/10/2012
National Lottery Community Fund - Peer Advice+
£292,250 19/09/2012
48
The development of a successful project for St Giles Trust (SGT), which will support ex-offenders with volunteer placements and work experience related to the NVQ Level 3 they have obtained as Peer ....more
Barrow Cadbury Trust - SOS Project
£110,000 28/04/2012
SOS Project
Environmental Finance - Citizenship and community
£850,000 31/12/2010
Ex-offenders
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to St Giles Trust
£135,000 30/09/2010
36
Towards Project costs Towards the salary of the SOS Gangs project team leader and an evaluation.
Esmee Fairbairn - Grant to St Giles Trust
£22,990 25/03/2009
12
Towards Project costs Towards evaluation costs to assess the case for employing peer advisors to reduce re-offending and influence policy.
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Trustees (13)
Current Trustees appointed
Gender Split

Age Range of Trustees: 43-65
  • ALFY HAYSON Appointed: 2015, Occupation: Pmo Strategy & New Business
  • JULIE RICE Appointed: 2013, Occupation: Chartered Accountant
  • JANET HILLS Appointed: 2020, Occupation: Police Officer
  • SALLY ELEY Appointed: 2021, Occupation: Director Of The City & Guilds Foundation
Legal constitution
  • Charitable company registered in England & Wales on 02/05/1989, number: 801355
  • Registered at Companies House on 07/10/1987, number: 02175146
Gift Aid
  • Registered with HMRC for Gift Aid
Other Regulators
  • Financial Conduct Authority
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
  • Investing charity funds 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

ST. GILES TRUST
GEORGIAN HOUSE
64-68 CAMBERWELL CHURCH STREET
LONDON
SE5 8JB

Objectives

THE OBJECTS OF THE CHARITY (THE “OBJECTS”) ARE FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT:4.1.1 THE RELIEF AND ASSISTANCE OF THOSE IN NEED AND THE RELIEF OF POVERTY THROUGH THE PROVISION OF SUPPORT SERVICES TO THE MOST DISADVANTAGED MEMBERS OF SOCIETY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO HOMELESS PERSONS, PERSONS SUFFERING FROM PHYSICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS, OFFENDERS, EX-OFFENDERS, THOSE AT RISK OF OFFENDING AND THEIR FAMILIES, IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY BY PROVIDING ASSISTANCE WITH MATTERS RELATING TO HOUSING, DEBT, EMPLOYMENT, FAMILY AND OVERCOMING ADDICTION;4.1.2 THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION THROUGH PROMOTING AND FACILITATING THE ENTRY INTO EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION OR TRAINING OF DISADVANTAGED MEMBERS OF SOCIETY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO OFFENDERS, EX-OFFENDERS AND THOSE AT RISK OF OFFENDING;4.1.3 TO FURTHER SUCH OTHER EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE PURPOSES ACCORDING TO THE LAW OF ENGLAND AND WALES AS THE TRUSTEES IN THEIR ABSOLUTE DISCRETION FROM TIME TO TIME DETERMINE.

Defined Area of Benefit:

NOT DEFINED - IN PRACTICE GREATER LONDON AREA

Data Sources

Charity Commission for England and Wales
360 Giving
CharityBase

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