The Numbers: The Five Lamps Organisation

The figures behind the charity that provides employment support, personal loans for people on low incomes and youth services in the north east of England

The Five Lamps Organisation
The Five Lamps Organisation

£2.59m - The charity's income for the year ending March 2010, compared with £1.56m in the previous year

18 - The number of grant-givers from which the charity received grants of more than £1,000. Of these, the largest was the Communities Fund, which gave six grants totalling £1.15m. The charity's total grant income was £2.43m

£50K - The charity's minimum target for free reserves. The charity said that it exceeded its target at all times during the year

£60K - No employee was paid more than this

4,069 - The number of personal loans the charity made in the year, worth £1.48m

1,448 - The number of young people the charity worked with in 2010

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