The numbers: Porchlight

The figures behind the charity that helps homeless people in Kent by providing outreach and accommodation and doing homelessness prevention work


£4.68m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 March 2012. This was almost the same as for the previous year

£1.2m - Unrestricted reserves at year-end. The charity needs £2.2m to cover six months' expenditure

£3.26m - Staff costs in 2011/12, down £7,012 from the previous year

£90k - No employee earned more than this

17,500 - The number of young people in schools and youth clubs in Kent who have been reached through the charity's Youth Homelessness Education Programme. This initiative aims to make young people more aware of the causes and realities of homelessness

£54,144 - Cost of generating voluntary income in 2011/12, which totalled £111,660

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