Finance Score: 5
Governance Score: 6
Support Score: 8
  • Strong growth: +2
  • Fundraising costs low: +3
  • No PartB
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Gender balanced board: +3
  • Grant maker support: +8
Overall GiG Score: 19 ?

FARE SCOTLAND LTD 

Analysis by Giving is Great

Positives:

  • The charity has received backing from multiple prominent grant makers recently
  • There has been strong growth in spending over the last 5 years
  • There have been no income shortfalls in recent years
  • Fundraising costs are unusually low relative to funds raised
  • The Board appears to be well diversified in terms of age and gender
  • This charity is based in an area of extremely high deprivation
Established: 34 years
Scottish Charity RegulatorCompanies House
UN SDGs
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Financial Data
Income & Spending ?
Period ending 31/03/18 31/03/19 31/03/20 31/03/21 31/03/22 31/03/23
Charitable activities £1,118,128 £1,373,915 £1,446,032 £1,833,917 £2,946,753
Donations & Legacies £35,477 £39,489 £47,546 £115,733 £133,076
Other Income £182,573
Investment Income
Total income £1,153,605 £1,413,404 £1,493,578 £2,132,223 £2,668,806 £3,100,516
Charitable activities spending £1,120,596 £1,354,019 £1,436,036 £1,968,908 £2,992,212
Fundraising costs 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1%
Other spending £45,383
Total spending £1,136,739 £1,371,171 £1,454,283 £1,990,054 £2,632,833 £3,065,211
Surplus/deficit £16,866 £42,233 £39,295 £142,169 £35,973 £35,305
What it does
  • It carries out activities or services itself
Who it helps
  • Children or young people
  • Older People
  • No specific group, or for the benefit of the community
Purposes
  • The advancement of education
  • The advancement of public participation in sport
  • The provision of recreational facilities, or the organisation of recreational activities, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons for whom the facilities or activities are primarily intended
Where it operates
  • More than one local authority area in Scotland, main operating location: Glasgow City
  • This charity is based in an area of extremely high deprivation

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
Scottish Government£667,184
William Grant Foundation£90,000
Virgin Money Foundation£20,000
Co-Operative Group£1,022
Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
Co-Operative Group - Grant to FARE Scotland
£1,022 21/10/2023
Bitesize Breakfast Club is a free club open to S1-S6 young people at All Saints Secondary School. We would like to purchase more food, equipment and resources to improve and expand the club.
William Grant Foundation - General operating support 2023
£60,000 15/11/2022
Unrestricted funding to support the work of this community-based charity. It is understood the grant will allow the charity to increase the scale and scope of its employability programmes for young ....more
Scottish Government - FARE Scotland Ltd
£74,985 20/01/2021
Detailed description not provided.
Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to FARE Scotland
£20,000 14/08/2020
12
Grant towards the cost of providing a weekly allowance to the young people attending an employability course.
Scottish Government - FARE Scotland (Glasgow East)
£262,479 19/05/2020
Detailed description not provided.
William Grant Foundation - Coronavirus Assistance
£30,000 20/04/2020
12
Unrestricted funding to support the charity's work in Glasgow providing food to people experiencing food insecurity during the coronavirus Covid-19 crisis.
Scottish Government - FARE Scotland (Glasgow East)
£329,720 16/04/2020
Detailed description not provided.
Glasgow City Council - Fare Care
£78,774 08/03/2019
To deliver a programme of activities with an emphasis on tackling alcohol misuse, youth unemployment and engaging with vulnerable groups.
Glasgow City Council - Fare Care
£78,774 08/06/2018
To deliver a programme of activities with an emphasis on tackling alcohol misuse, youth unemployment and engaging with vulnerable groups.
Robertson Trust - The salary costs of the Senior Health & Wellbeing Manager
£30,000 30/04/2018
The salary costs of the Senior Health & Wellbeing Manager
National Lottery Community Fund - FARE D of E Programme
£10,000 30/01/2018
12
This group deliver various family activities to support people in the East End of Glasgow. This project will enable the group to buy a range of outdoor and camping equipment which will enable young ....more
Comic Relief - BA Flying Start initiative 2016
£50,000 13/07/2016
24
FARE will use the allocated £50,000 to provide 5 local young people with employment (£10,000 per y/p). The funds would cover the cost of their modern apprenticeship salaries for 1 year, as well as ....more
Comic Relief - StreetwYze
£123,636 18/03/2015
36
Glasgow has a higher level of recorded crimes and incidents than any other Scottish cities, with violent crime twice the national average. The StreetwYze programme uses sport as a tool and means of ....more
Robertson Trust - The salary costs of the Senior Health & Wellbeing Manager
£37,500 31/01/2015
The salary costs of the Senior Health & Wellbeing Manager
National Lottery Community Fund - Outdoor Education Project
£10,000 13/03/2014
12
Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse will purchase of a new minibus and use part of the grant for Duke of Edinburgh award expedition costs.
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

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

Age Range of Directors: 42-72
Legal constitution
  • Charity registered in Scotland on 18/12/1989, number: SC006807
  • Notes: Previous Charity name Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse from 18.12.1989 to 01.11.2019
  • Registered at Companies House on 13/03/2008, number: SC339537
Filing Record
5 returns made; all on time
Main office

FARE, Bannatyne House, 31 Drumlanrig Avenue, Glasgow, G34 0JF

Objectives

6 The company's objects are to promote the welfare of the inhabitants of Central Scotland, without distinction of sex, politics, or religion, by the provision of facilities for the social education, sport, welfare and recreation of individuals and families. 7 The company's objects are restricted to those set out in article 6 (but subject to article 8). 8 The company may (subject to first obtaining the consent of OSCR) add to, remove or alter the statement of the company's objects in article 6. on any occasion when it does so, it must give notice to the registrar of companies and the amendment will not be effective until that notice is registered on the register of companies.

Data Sources

Scottish Charity Regulator
360 Giving
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