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What their money is spent on
goes on charitable activities
is spent on raising income
is spent on running the charity and other costs
Charity Choice has used a specific methodology to enable a basic comparison of how charities
spend their money. However, these organisations are required to raise income and spend funds in very different ways,
so we recommend further research if you wish to fully understand the context.
What goes on charitable activities
Some charities will spend less on charitable activities as they need to spend more on other areas (e.g. generating funds) to enable the charity to run as efficiently as it can. This is not unusual and does not mean the charity isn’t fulfilling its objectives.
£1 spent on
The charity raised an additional £904,000 in the year ending 31 March 2015 through their fundraising efforts
Five year financial information
Income is the total amount of money
earned in the financial year.
Expenditure is the total amount spent
by the charity in the year.
Contact Social Mobility Foundation
Social Mobility Foundation, 1st and 2nd Floor, 43-47 Leadenhall Market, London, East Central London EC3V 1LR
0207 183 1189
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