The Numbers: Oxford Homeless Pathways

The figures behind the charity which helps homeless people by providing accommodation and helping them to become independent

£2.57m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2009, compared with £2.32m in the previous year

£1.89m - The charity's income from rents and government grants, its primary source of income in 2008/09. It also raised about £469,000 in grants and donations, up by about £105,000 from the previous year

£1.51m - Free reserves at year-end. Of this, £736,000 is designated as an emergency reserve, above the charity's target of three months' running costs

£60k - No employee was paid more than this

99.5% - Occupancy rates at the charity's O'Hanlon House Shelter

87 - The number of housing units providing independent housing for formerly homeless people at the charity's Julian Housing complex, up from 72 in the previous year

16.7% - Proportion of employee income contributed by the charity to an Oxfordshire County Council defined-benefit pension scheme. Ten charity staff are members

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