CharityDetail

What it does
    Snow-Camp is a youth charity established in 2003 to provide disadvantaged young people from London's inner-city areas with the chance to experience skiing and snowboarding combined with a life-skills course designed to enable young people attending to reflect on the key issues that impact on their lives.
Who works here
  • 22 employees and 50 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • Amateur Sport
  • Economic/community Development/employment
Where it operates
  • Scotland, Bristol City, Throughout London, Birmingham City, Cardiff, Manchester City
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1101030
  • First registered on 04/12/2003
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
30/06/2018 £774,142 £733,288 £40,854 12 22 50 23/04/2019
30/06/2017 £632,858 £582,565 £50,293 £730,204 15 18 50 23/01/2018
30/06/2016 £737,932 £479,422 £258,510 £679,911 17 13 5 22/02/2017
30/06/2015 £751,675 £625,027 £126,648 £421,401 8 5 5 12/02/2016
31/12/2013 £498,474 £412,201 £86,273 11/09/2014
31/12/2012 £363,176 £321,097 £42,079 20/06/2013
31/12/2011 £289,561 £241,562 £47,999 30/07/2012
31/12/2010 £487,898 £409,489 £78,409 16/08/2011
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 3 grant making charities totalling £205,000

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£90,000
30/09/2018
Greater London Authority Snow-Camp was founded in 2003 by Dan Charlish whilst working for a community development project in Stockwell, South London. Recognising the potential of using an alternative environment as a means to challenge and support the young people he was working with. Dan, with a passionate and skilled staff team have driven the charity forward to support more than 9,000 youth-at-risk to date. Programmes have developed from an annual ski trip to an accredited journey of courses held at UK Snow Centres including the First Tracks, Graduate, Excel and Apprenticeship Programmes incorporating life-skills training, accredited qualifications, work placements and employment opportunities.
£90,000
30/09/2018
Greater London Authority Snow-Camp London To provide an alternative environment to challenge and support young people. This has developed from an annual ski trip to an accredited journey of courses held at UK Snow Centres including the First Tracks, Graduate, Excel and Apprenticeship Programmes incorporating life-skills training, accredited qualifications, work placements and employment opportunities.
£10,000
30/01/2018
National Lottery This organisation will deliver intensive snow sports and life skills training for young people living in areas of high deprivation.
£15,000
16/12/2015
Lloyds Bank Foundation providing sports combined with a life skills course for disadvantaged young people. The grant will fund the development of strategic plans to expand delivery to a number of other cities including improved areas such as communications and marketing.
Governance
Trustees (7)
  • Dominic De Terville
  • Claire Pearson
  • Douglas Mckenzie
  • Alan Ernest Grant
  • Anne Caroline Stuart Taylor
  • David Ian Brown
  • Joanne Gemma Brown
Main office

Snow-Camp
306A Portland Road
HOVE
East Sussex
BN3 5LP

Objectives

TO HELP AND EDUCATE YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH THEIR LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES SO AS TO DEVELOP THEIR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CAPACITIES, SO THAT THEY MAY GROW TO FULL MATURITY AS INDIVIDUALS AND MEMBERS OF SOCIETY AND THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE MAY IMPROVE.