The numbers: The Turkish Cypriot Community Association

The figures behind the charity that provides services to the Turkish-speaking community in London

The Turkish Cypriot Community Association
The Turkish Cypriot Community Association

£1.3m - The charity's income for the year ending March 2011, compared with £1.27m in the previous year

£1.26m - The amount of this income that came from the charity's home-care services

£23,360 - Free reserves at year-end, equal to a week's expenditure. This charity's target was to hold reserves of £240,000. The charity said that trustees were considering how to raise additional funds

£60k - No employee was paid more than this

£280k - The cost of running the charity's community newspaper in the year to March 2010. The paper, which brought in only £105,000 of income in that year, was discontinued in 2011

120,000 - The number of Turkish Cypriots living in the UK.

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