The Numbers: the Seashell Trust

The figures behind the charity that provides care and education services for disabled children and young people

Seashell Trust
Seashell Trust

£12.2m - The charity's income for the year ending August 2011, compared with £11.4m in the previous year

£4.89m - The income from the charity's school, which provides support for disabled students with complex needs, aged between two and 19. The next-largest source of income was £4.39m from the charity's college, which supports students aged 19 or over

£1.74m - Free reserves at year-end, less fixed assets, equal to about two months' expenditure

£110k - No employee was paid more than this

£4.4m - The amount designated for refurbishments of the trust's school and residential areas

93 - The number of students at the charity's school and college in Manchester at the end of the year.

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