CharityDetail

The Hull Lighthouse Project

What it does
    Motivated by Christian love, the Hull Lighthouse project aims to offer friendship, advice and opportunity for change to women working in prostitution, and other vulnerable women, with an ultimate goal of seeing them leave this lifestyle and healed of their spiritual, emotional and physical hurts.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • Other Defined Groups
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Education/training
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
  • Religious Activities
Where it operates
  • East Riding Of Yorkshire, Kingston Upon Hull City
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1070382
  • First registered on 03/07/1998
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Filed on
30/04/2018 £102,895 £96,521 £6,374 17/02/2019
30/04/2017 £107,775 £119,194 -£11,419 19/02/2018
30/04/2016 £136,206 £108,030 £28,176 06/02/2017
30/04/2015 £116,210 £159,061 -£42,851 08/02/2016
30/04/2014 £190,602 £182,858 £7,744 05/02/2015
30/04/2013 £117,360 £139,403 -£22,043 28/02/2014
30/04/2012 £158,906 £152,233 £6,673 25/02/2013
30/04/2011 £125,486 £154,395 -£28,909 27/01/2012
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 5 grant making charities totalling £404,892

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£132,700
30/11/2018
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' running costs of a project in Hull providing a range of support, including advice and an outreach service, for women involved in sex work
£74,140
29/08/2017
Lloyds Bank Foundation provides support & advice to women engaged in sex work in Hull supporting them to develop the skills & confidence that will enable them to move on and away from their negative lifestyles
£16,412
31/08/2016
Lankelly Chase Publication of a collection of writing and art taken from a qualitative research project with women street sex workers in Hull
£90,000
31/07/2016
Esmee Fairbairn Towards the salary of the project manager, to deliver a comprehensive support service to vulnerable women involved in prostitution.
£74,140
12/11/2014
Lloyds Bank Foundation provides support & advice to women engaged in sex work in Hull supporting them to develop the skills & confidence that will enable them to move on and away from their negative lifestyles
£17,500
31/07/2014
Tudor Trust over one year as continuation funding towards the salary of the project manager at an organisation working with women and children involved in street-based sex work
Governance
Trustees (5)
Main office

310 NEWLAND AVENUE
HULL
HU5 2NB

Objectives

TO ADVANCE THE CHRISTIAN FAITH AND EDUCATE WOMEN WORKING IN PROSTITUTION AND OTHER VULNERABLE WOMEN IN THE CITY OF HULL