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St Luke's Community And Regeneration Enterprises

What it does
  • We invest in young people, to provide safe places to be, resilience as they grow up, and opportunities to thrive. We aim to address local issues, responding to young people struggling in school, becoming caught up in anti-social behaviour and petty crime and even those at risk of exploitation.
Who works here
  • 20 employees and 30 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • Elderly/old People
  • People With Disabilities
  • Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • The Advancement Of Health Or Saving Of Lives
  • Disability
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
  • Amateur Sport
  • Economic/community Development/employment
Where it operates
  • Leeds City
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £518,070 £513,893 £4,177 2 20 30 22/01/2019
31/03/2017 £601,594 £538,627 £62,967 £194,846 3 24 25 23/01/2018
31/03/2016 £471,335 £441,120 £30,215 29/11/2016
31/03/2015 £308,396 £335,278 -£26,882 14/12/2015
31/03/2014 £170,865 £192,440 -£21,575 10/12/2014
31/03/2013 £211,285 £185,467 £25,818 18/12/2013
31/03/2012 £250,569 £247,309 £3,260 07/11/2012
31/03/2011 £240,491 £262,016 -£21,525 17/10/2011
31/03/2010 £403,215 £410,151 -£6,936 23/12/2010
31/03/2009 £366,337 £419,500 -£53,163 15/09/2009
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 10 grant making charities totalling £639,266

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£25,000
30/04/2019
Garfield Weston Foundation St Luke's CARES Funding Application for Core Costs
£89,120
28/02/2019
BBC Children in Need Bright Futures provides after school sessions, outreach, and mentoring to girls at risk of child sexual exploitation. It will increase their knowledge of exploitation, improve their confidence and self-esteem, and enable them to make healthy choices.
£79,120
06/12/2018
Co-Op Foundation "Young Commissioners" will create a Connection Commission to research youth loneliness with their peers and work with adult co-commissioners to report back findings and solutions.
£40,135
31/10/2018
National Lottery Community Fund No press summary is available in this release.
£10,000
31/12/2017
Power to Change Grant to St Lukes Cares - Dewsbury Road Charity Shop
£15,000
31/08/2017
Garfield Weston Foundation Core funding to support the work of St Luke's CARES.
£10,000
30/09/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund This project is a community leadership programme for young women, to include volunteering opportunities and certified training in food hygiene and leadership. This will provide structured, positive activities, with the aim of raising the aspirations and confidence of young women in the area.
£79,300
31/08/2016
Henry Smith Charity towards three years' salary of a Senior Youth Worker at a project providing outreach work to vulnerable girls in Leeds
£15,000
29/06/2016
Lloyds Bank Foundation funding will enable the charity to access consultancy support in order to improve governance, business planning, marketing & PR as well as strengthen their processes & systems
£201,591
30/04/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund This is a new project and the organisation will use the funding to engage and support people from the local community who are not in work or training. The project will offer beneficiaries advice through job surgeries, training, volunteering opportunities, work placements and a chance to gain a recognised qualification.
£60,000
31/08/2015
Comic Relief The Shine Nail Bar Collective (SNBC)
£15,000
30/06/2015
Tudor Trust over two years as continuation funding towards the running costs of the Skills Shack training project for young people in Beeston, Leeds
Governance
Trustees (5)
Main office

Beeston Hill United Free Church
Malvern Road
Leeds
LS11 8PD

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1097720
  • First registered on 29/05/2003
Objectives

3. THE CHARITY'S OBJECTS ("THE OBJECTS") ARE (I) THE PROMOTION FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT OF URBAN AND RURAL REGENERATION IN AREAS OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEPRIVATION AND IN PARTICULAR IN LEEDS 11 BY ALL OR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MEANS: (A) THE RELIEF OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN SUCH WAYS AS MAY BE THOUGHT FIT, INCLUDING ASSISTANCE TO FIND EMPLOYMENT; (B) THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION, TRAINING, OR RETRAINING, PARTICULARLY AMONG UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE, AND PROVIDING UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE WITH WORK EXPERIENCE; (C) THE PROVISION OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, OR BUSINESS ADVICE OR CONSULTANCY IN ORDER TO PROVIDE TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE IN CASES OF FINANCIAL OR OTHER CHARITABLE NEED THROUGH HELP: (I) IN SETTING UP THEIR OWN BUSINESS, OR (II) TO EXISTING BUSINESSES; (D) THE PRESERVATION OF BUILDINGS OR SITES OF HISTORIC OR ARCHITECTURAL IMPORTANCE; (E) THE PROVISION OR ASSISTANCE IN THE PROVISION OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES FOR THE PUBLIC AT LARGE AND/OR THOSE WHO, BY REASONS OF THEIR YOUTH, AGE, INFIRMITY OR DISABLEMENT, POVERTY OR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES, HAVE NEED OF SUCH FACILITIES; (F) SUCH OTHER MEANS AS MAY FROM TIME TO TIME BE DETERMINED SUBJECT TO THE PRIOR CONSENT OF THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES. (II) TO DEVELOP THE CAPACITY AND SKILLS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SOCIALLY AND ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITY OF LEEDS 11 IN SUCH A WAY THAT THEY ARE BETTER ABLE TO IDENTIFY, AND HELP MEET, THEIR NEEDS AND TO PARTICIPATE MORE FULLY IN SOCIETY.