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Catch 22 Charity Limited

What it does
  • Catch 22 is a social business, a not for profit business with a social mission who have designed and delivered services that build resilience and aspiration in people and communities
Who works here
  • 1691 employees and 255 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • The Prevention Or Relief Of Poverty
  • Accommodation/housing
  • Economic/community Development/employment
  • Other Charitable Purposes
Where it operates
  • Throughout England And Wales
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/08/2018 £58,062,810 £53,220,000 £4,842,810 1691 255 28/06/2019
31/08/2017 £57,333,000 £52,320,000 £5,013,000 £22,506,000 1696 271 24/07/2018
31/08/2016 £46,818,000 £49,530,000 -£2,712,000 £16,693,000 1340 314 09/06/2017
31/08/2015 £89,747,000 £84,375,000 £5,372,000 £18,768,000 1062 450 26/05/2016
31/03/2014 £54,917,000 £55,361,000 -£444,000 £12,959,000 995 600 28/01/2015
31/03/2013 £53,399,000 £54,091,000 -£692,000 £13,276,000 906 1000 31/10/2013
31/03/2012 £48,327,000 £47,462,000 £865,000 £13,066,000 877 0 17/10/2012
31/03/2011 £49,134,000 £49,398,000 -£264,000 £12,479,000 984 1100 06/10/2011
31/03/2010 £48,644,000 £48,505,000 £139,000 £12,339,000 922 700 30/09/2010
31/03/2009 £40,572,000 £41,358,000 -£786,000 £10,450,000 901 0 16/11/2009
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 10 grant making charities totalling £2,589,419

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£25,000
22/05/2019
ZING To support the core costs of recruitment, development and technology for the opening of Lighthouse's first children's home.
£47,396
28/02/2019
Essex Community Foundation To extend the Housing Intervention Project, which supports vulnerable people at risk of homelessness, into Tendring for 2 years
£10,000
31/01/2019
Paul Hamlyn Foundation This grant will fund the pilot of a project that supports people in employability programmes to take the next step in their careers through building relationships with Livery members.
£50,000
31/10/2018
Wates Family Enterprise Trust Research into effective interventions for reducing NEETs, in schools for excluded pupils and mainstream. Interventions actioned through Difference Leaders programme in alternative provision schools, then led in mainstream.
£96,000
31/10/2018
Clothworkers Foundation for the specific purpose of funding the salary of the Director of Lighthouse for a three year period.
£536,000
31/10/2018
Clothworkers Foundation to develop and implement a bespoke new apprenticeship scheme for young people leaving the care system.
£447,934
28/03/2018
National Lottery Heritage Fund Incubate, accelerate, amplify: incubation at catch22
£25,000
01/03/2018
ZING Seed funding to The Difference (incubated within Catch 22): a new career route, creating specialist teaching leaders positioned to drive inclusion in schools, and improve outcomes for the UK’s most vulnerable young people.
£4,880
28/02/2018
Suffolk Community Foundation Towards continuing their Leiston Teenage Kicks sessions.
£3,185
31/01/2018
Suffolk Community Foundation To support the delivery of sports sessions to engage young people from south east Ipswich in a regular activity.
£58,000
31/10/2017
Esmee Fairbairn Towards the costs of incubating the Street to Scale initiative, which will seek to test ideas generated by communities that address longstanding social problems.
£700,000
20/06/2017
Impetus PEF
£60,000
20/06/2016
Impetus PEF
£199,757
31/05/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund SW1 (Support Wellingborough1)
£74,930
31/10/2015
National Lottery Heritage Fund The funding is to develop a social impact bond taking a new approach to supporting children in need by delegating social care functions to VCSE groups. It will be initially launched in Crewe, Cheshire West and Chester, Halton and Greater Manchester with the aim of scaling up. It will be commissioned by Cheshire West and Cheshire Council with Halton Council and Greater Manchester Combined Authority as co-commissioners. The grant will fund financial modelling, commissioner engagement and technical support.
£126,745
31/03/2015
National Lottery Heritage Fund This three month grant will support the development of a social impact bond (SIB) to cut gang-related street violence, with a focus on the high prevalence areas of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Sandwell, and Coventry. The grant will fund consultation with gang members, legal support, an assessment of potential savings and other technical support. The SIB will be commissioned by West Midlands Police Authority.
£124,592
31/03/2014
Sport England Funding under Sport England's Community Sport Activation Fund funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Family Sport Project'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
How effective is it?
Catch 22 Programmes and Services

Description: Catch 22 work across children’s social care, deliver alternative education, get people into work through apprenticeships and employability programmes, build stronger communities through social action and deliver social justice and rehabilitation services (in prisons and in the community). Catch 22 also take any surplus and learning from their delivery and funnel that into public service reform – investing in new structures and programmes that do things differently and change the system for good

Objectives: To build a strong society where everyone has a good place to live, a purpose and good people around them, no matter what their background

Outputs Outcomes
01/09/2015-30/08/2016
4,495 Participants of Catch 22's National Citizen Service80% Of National Citizen Service participants feel inspired to make an impact on their community in the future
1070 Learners into sustained work 84% of our learners were promoted or received a pay increase within six months of completing their apprenticeship.
44,090 People supported across services
4156 Volunteer hours contributed
10,290 Participants of Catch 22's Young People and Families Directorate6052 Cases closed with a positive outcome
23,387 People had services delivered across prisons and youth offending institutes
Documents
Catch22 Report and Financial Statements 2017 Financial Statements Download Document
Catch22 Report and Financial Statements 2016 Financial Statements Download Document
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Governance
Trustees (13)
Main office

Catch22 Charity Ltd
27 Pear Tree Street
London
EC1V 3AG

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1124127
  • First registered on 19/05/2008
Objectives

TO PROMOTE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND SUPPORT OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN NEED TO LEAD PURPOSEFUL, STABLE AND FULFILLED LIVES AND TO PROMOTE SAFER, CRIME FREE COMMUNITIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.