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One25 Limited

UN SDGs
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Good health & wellbeing
Gender Equality
Reduced Inequalities
What it does
    To enable women marginalised from mainstream society through involvement in street-based sex work to access appropriate services and to become aware of alternative possibilities for their lives. We also seek to serve as a voice for these women in our society.
Who works here
  • 29 employees and 190 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Other Defined Groups
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
Where it operates
  • Bristol City
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1062391
  • First registered on 14/05/1997
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Filed on Employees Volunteers
30/04/2018 £1,102,084 £1,041,772 £60,312 7 04/10/2018 29 190
30/04/2017 £997,171 £801,393 £195,778 £969,214 8 10/10/2017 23 120
30/04/2016 £790,843 £627,814 £163,029 £773,436 7 20/09/2016 17 144
30/04/2015 £829,884 £545,854 £284,030 £610,407 5 28/10/2015 15 120
30/04/2014 £538,753 £503,840 £34,913 £326,377 5 02/09/2014 15 100
30/04/2013 £603,383 £509,209 £94,174 £291,464 4 10/09/2013 14 120
30/04/2012 £633,384 £679,657 -£46,273 £197,290 2 28/09/2012 22 140
30/04/2011 £698,442 £695,783 £2,659 £243,563 2 07/10/2011 21 100
30/04/2010 £606,617 £584,433 £22,184 £240,904 3 16/09/2010 17 100
30/04/2009 £320,739 £418,818 -£98,079 03/11/2009
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 7 grant making charities totalling £1,471,813

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£20,000
31/05/2018
Garfield Weston Foundation Core support for work to reach out to women trapped in or vulnerable to street sex work, supporting them to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction.
£200,000
31/05/2018
Esmee Fairbairn Towards unrestricted core costs to continue to work with street sex working women in Bristol and to contribute to policy and practice both locally and nationally.
£30,000
30/11/2017
Quartet Community Foundation The first year of a three-year grants towards the running costs of a project providing night outreach, drop in services and support to women involved in street sex-work in Bristol.
£600
31/08/2017
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor to support their work
£75,000
10/08/2017
Lloyds Bank Foundation One25 supports women to escape street sex work and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction.
£2,500
28/02/2017
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the Ambassadors Panel towards core costs of One25. The panel would like a six-month update on how the money has been spent.
£250
31/01/2017
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor towards support for women involved in or at risk of street sex work.
£30,000
31/12/2016
Quartet Community Foundation For the third year of a three year grant towards the costs of providing support services to help women leave street sex work
£150
31/12/2016
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor to support women trapped in or vulnerable to street sex work.
£500
31/05/2016
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor for an appeal towards the night outreach food supply.
£2,500
30/04/2016
Quartet Community Foundation To support the development of the business case for the Pause project in Bristol.
£500
31/03/2016
Quartet Community Foundation As requested by the donor towards support for women involved in or at risk of street sex work.
£749,813
29/02/2016
National Lottery Around 230 women who are trapped in, or vulnerable to street sex work will be supported to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction. They will be reached through a women only drop-in centre, and night outreach, operated from a van which goes out to the women working on the street to provide a safe haven and practical support. Caseworkers will empower women to take control of their lives and provide them with support for as long as they need.
£75,000
31/05/2015
Esmee Fairbairn Towards senior management staff salaries to support the provision of comprehensive services to vulnerable women involved in street prostitution.
£120,000
28/02/2015
Comic Relief Drop-in centre supporting vulnerable women to build safer lives away from street sex-work.
£90,000
30/11/2014
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' running costs of a project in Bristol that provides night outreach, drop in services and support to women involved in street sex-work
£75,000
08/10/2014
Lloyds Bank Foundation One25 supports women to escape street sex work and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction.
Governance
Trustees (10)
  • Christopher Fairhead
  • Christopher Peter Hill
  • Fiona Parfitt
  • Helen Wilde
  • Katie Jane Sloggett
  • Matthew Bentley
  • Sarah Talbot-williams
  • Trudy Makepeace
  • Valerie Thompson
  • Wendy Goodwin

Objectives

THE CHARITY'S OBJECTS ("OBJECTS") ARE SPECIFICALLY RESTRICTED TO THE FOLLOWING: 1. TO PROMOTE SOCIAL INCLUSION FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT BY PREVENTING PEOPLE, PARTICULARLY WOMEN IN THE BRISTOL AREA WHO ARE, MAY BECOME OR HAVE BEEN ENGAGED IN THE SEX INDUSTRY, FROM BECOMING SOCIALLY EXCLUDED, RELIEVING THE NEEDS OF SUCH PEOPLE WHO ARE SOCIALLY EXCLUDED AND ASSISTING THEM TO INTEGRATE INTO SOCIETY. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS CLAUSE 'SOCIALLY EXCLUDED' MEANS BEING EXCLUDED FROM SOCIETY, OR PARTS OF SOCIETY, AS A RESULT OF ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING FACTORS: I. UNEMPLOYMENT; II. FINANCIAL HARDSHIP; III. SUBSTANCE ABUSE OR DEPENDENCY INCLUDING ALCOHOL AND DRUGS; IV. DISCRIMINATION ON THE GROUNDS OF SEX, RACE, DISABILITY, ETHNIC ORIGIN, RELIGION, BELIEF, CREED, SEXUAL ORIENTATION OR GENDER RE-ASSIGNMENT; V. POOR EDUCATIONAL OR SKILLS ATTAINMENT; VI. RELATIONSHIP AND FAMILY BREAKDOWN; VII. POOR HOUSING (THAT IS HOUSING THAT DOES NOT MEET BASIC HABITABLE STANDARDS); VIII. CRIME (EITHER AS A VICTIM OF CRIME OR AS AN OFFENDER REHABILITATING INTO SOCIETY).