The Numbers: Cumbria Action for Social Support

The figures behind the charity that provides support and housing around the county for ex-offenders or those at risk of offending

Cumbria Action for Social Support
Cumbria Action for Social Support

£1.24m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2011, compared with £1.29m in the previous year

£584k - Free reserves at year-end.

The charity's target was to hold reserves of more than £407,000, equal to the amount needed to give notice on office leases and managed properties, plus three months of total budgeted expenditure

£60k - No employee was paid more than this

67 - The number of housing units provided by the charity, which housed 131 people during the year

£40k - The cut in the charity's grant from the Supporting People fund, which makes up a large proportion of its income. The cut is equivalent to about 6 per cent of the grant. The charity says it is concerned by further cuts because the fund is no longer ring-fenced.

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