The Numbers: Brent Citizens Advice Bureau

The figures behind the charity that provides free advice services to people in the London borough of Brent.

£1.14m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2010, compared with £1.07m during the previous year

£372k - Income the charity received from Brent Council. The next largest income from one source was £212,000 from the Legal Services Commission

£302k - Free reserves at year-end. The charity's target was to hold reserves equal to between three and six months' expenditure, or at least £240,000

£60k - No employee was paid more than this

35,000 - The number of enquiries the CAB received during the year

76 - The number of volunteers recruited by the charity during the year, including 25 law students who provided support to the charity's legal services team.


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