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LATIN AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE

ANNUAL REPORT

2017 - 2018


LATIN AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE

ANNUAL REPORT

2017 - 2018 Copyright © 2018 by Latin American Foundation for the Future (LAFF), UK. LAFF encourages the fair use of this material. Proper citation is requested. Citation Latin American Foundation for the Future (2018). Annual Report 2017-2018. The UK: LAFF. Cover photo: Andrew Dare / LAFF 2018. Design: Andrea Cubides

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Foreword

Page 4

Our mission

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Our results

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Our partners

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Meet the team

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Thank you

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Support us

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The legal stuff

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Financials

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FOREWORD FROM THE FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR Education is perhaps the single most important tool for a child to improve his or her future. But too many children still don’t have access to proper education and opportunities. Poverty, lack of education, family violence, alcoholism, abuse and teenage pregnancy, amongst other things, leave young people vulnerable. The task is huge. But it can be done. LAFF works to provide quality support to those children who are most in need. And we couldn’t do what we do without local organisations. We work closely with trusted partners, supporting them to be long-term financially sustainable and independent. In this report we provide an overview of our work and impact in 2017-2018. We’re proud of what we’ve achieved. The whole LAFF team would like to give the sincerest thank you to all the individuals who have donated, volunteered, represented or helped LAFF and its partners this year. We vow to continue to grow together as a community who believe in the importance of access to education for all young people in Cusco, Peru, Latin America and the world.

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OUR MISSION We are here to help vulnerable children and young people in Latin America access education and build a better future for themselves. Like many places in the world, poverty, high unemployment, family violence and teenage pregnancy leave too many children in Peru vulnerable, socially excluded and lacking opportunities. We are dedicated to helping these children and young people. Our vision is a world where all young people have access to education and better life opportunities. We work closely with four local partner organisations in the Cusco region to give children a good education, employment skills and a sense of self-worth. We work to increase the sustainability and capacity of our partner organisations to help them be independent and sustainable in the long-term. LAFF is a UK-registered charity, based in Cusco, Peru. We support over 100 disadvantaged young people in the Cusco and Sacred Valley region. LAFF is also part of the ‘Semilla Nueva’ network of non-governmental organisations, collaborating to improve the working environment for charities in the Cusco region.

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We envision a world in which all young people have access to education and opportunities.

Photo: Sacred Valley Project / 2018 6

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OUR RESULTS

Overview

IMPROVING ACCESS TO EDUCATION FOR VULNERABLE CHILDREN IN PERU

NURTURING SELFCONFIDENCE, SKILLS AND EMPLOYABILITY THROUGH WORKSHOPS AND ONE TO ONE SUPPORT

EMPOWERING LOCAL ORGANISATIONS TO BE SUSTAINABLE

95

children

Gained access to formal education

32% increase since 2017

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skills workshops and fairs

Delivering career guidance, mentorship and personal development support to young people

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partner-organisations

Supported to work more effectively and sustainably

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Getting children into formal education This year, we’ve supported 95 children to access formal education by providing funds for school registration fees, uniforms, schoolbooks and transport. There are many reasons why children in the Cusco region cannot go to school. Sometimes families in rural communities live too far from the nearest school or families simply can’t afford school registration fees, uniforms and books. Other times, children don’t have families or are neglected or abused. Thanks to our generous supporters, we have seen a 32% increase in children that we’ve helped to get an education from last year. Most of the new beneficiaries are girls from rural Andean communities. Our partner Sacred Valley Project is providing accommodation, schooling and meals for young girls who otherwise would not be able to go to school.

Eduardo’s story When Eduardo was living in poverty, neglected by his family, the Azul Wasi project gave him a home, care, security and an education. He came to the Azul Wasi home for boys from the community of Huancarane. Now 18, he has graduated from high-school and culinary school. With a completed secondary education and culinary skills, Eduardo’s future is looking bright. He has been accepted into a competitive national youth employment programme and is well on track to begin a prosperous career! Azul Wasi provides a home for up to 21 young boys, like Eduardo, who have been abandoned, neglected or abused.

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Giving young people access to career guidance and personal development This year we’ve reached 85 young people with career guidance and mentoring, through 60 workshops. In addition to formal education, young people need support, guidance and mentoring to allow them to develop personal skills, such as communications and self-esteem, and to know what opportunities are out there for them and how to access them. This year we hosted a career fair for 30 young people. Professionals from different fields, such as nursing and accounting, spoke about their careers and answered questions from the eager participants. Our child psychologist, Eliana, worked with the boys in the Azul Wasi home, the children of Yachay Wasi and the Mosqoy students, providing valuable individual support to vulnerable young people. Read an interview with Eliana on page 11.

Dante’s story At 14 years old, Dante came to the Azul Wasi home for boys. With no parents, Dante was living with his older brother, going to school rarely and working in construction. At Azul Wasi he found a new home and was able to go to school regularly, where he excelled. LAFF has provided Dante with on-going career guidance and mentorship, to help him discover his talents, future goals and scholarship opportunities. Dante is now living in Sicuani, Cusco, studying and working independently in the hospitality sector. We have always believed that Dante has a bright future and now, thanks to our generous donors, his dreams are coming true.

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Supporting our partner organisations to work sustainably This year we continued to build the capacity of 4 local organisations, helping them to deliver the vital support needed to young people. There are many devoted charities working hard to support young people in the Cusco region. We admire these organisations who are working in a challenging context and with limited resources. LAFF works closely with four such organisations, to bring education and services to vulnerable children. We are committed to supporting our partners to continue to deliver effective and sustainable support to beneficiaries. In 2017-2018 we held 9 capacity building workshops for partner organisations, covering a range of topics, such as financial organisation and independence and accountancy. A major part of our capacity building work is helping partners to develop new income-generating social enterprises to increase their sustainability for the long-term.

Taller Mantay Social Enterprise - Casa Mantay Taller Mantay generates jobs for young mothers, enabling them to earn their own salary and achieve financial independence. Set up in 2001, there are now eight mothers working in the Taller and goods were sold in two shops during 2017 and 2018, located in Cusco. In the high season of 2017, Taller Mantay generated enough profit to give Casa Mantay 2,000 soles, which was spent providing a safe space to live and an education for adolescent mothers at risk. LAFF provided technical support to Taller Mantay on financial management, marketing, growing its client-base, sales and training in automated stock and sales records.

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Meet Eliana: A child psychologist working with LAFF This year we began an interview series to shine a light on some of the incredible work being done ‘behind the scenes’ at LAFF. In this powerful interview, child psychologist Eliana talks about the vulnerabilities and challenges facing many children and their families in the Cusco region, including the machismo culture and the need for more emotional education in schools.

WHAT IS YOUR MOTIVATION FOR WORKING WITH CHILDREN? I believe change in any society starts with children. In Peru, we don’t invest enough in our children. We don’t always value them as people. Children aren’t ‘half-people’, they are complete, with opinions, dreams and fears and they feel, just like adults do. WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST ISSUES FACING VULNERABLE CHILDREN?

“I believe change in any society starts with children”.

A child with a family could be emotionally neglected and grow up with low self-esteem; while a child without a family could have every opportunity given to them by their carer. In general, I have worked with kids from homes where what they lack are skills like decision-making. They have always had things decided for them, including what they are going to do in their free time. They have also not developed a way to resolve conflicts as they have always had an authoritative figure who will resolve it for them. HOW IMPORTANT IS WORKING WITH FAMILIES? The struggle is always with adults. When you work with a child the ideal situation is to have the families involved, but it is very difficult to change attitudes in adults.

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In my experience with children in a state of vulnerability things are more difficult. There isn’t only a lack of income, but a lack of emotional support and education amongst the parents. This makes it harder for adults to understand their impact on children overcoming difficulties. IS PERU A MALE-DOMINATED SOCIETY? Yes. Women won’t express their opinion. They haven’t been taught how to communicate or listen to their own opinions.

”Machismo culture creates ideas of victimhood in young girls and creates within boys the idea that women are worthless“.

AND WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST ISSUES FOR YOUNG BOYS? The Machismo culture creates ideas of victimhood within girls and creates within boys the idea that women are worthless. So, it’s the same struggle of changing this mentality. It has the same bad effect for men, men don’t cry, men are strong. WHAT ARE THE BEST MOMENTS IN YOUR JOB? I get to see the changes in children, in their way of thinking, in their emotions and emotional responses. For example, when a child tells me ‘today I could control myself and it felt good’, I know they have learnt something. Also, I get to see when children educate their parents. It’s amazing to see when they have the capacity to say to their parents that something isn’t right.

This is an edited version of an interview published on the LAFF blog in July 2018. Read the full interview: www.tinyurl.com/LAFF-MeetEliana

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OUR PARTNERS LAFF couldn’t do what it does without it’s valued partners. They work hard to enable young children in Peru to access education, employment skills and personal development. They are passionate, committed and embedded within the local communities. We have built long-term relationships with local organisations, ranging from four to 11 years. Like many charities, they face many obstacles. LAFF supports its partners to become even stronger, to find sustainable funding, and to work independently.

”Azul Wasi is my home. Without it, I don’t know where I would be“. Dante, Resident at Azul Wasi

”Our organisation is deeply grateful for the support it has received from LAFF for so many years“. Gabriela Scarafioca, Director of Sacred Valley Project.

AZUL WASI

SACRED VALLEY PROJECT

Azul Wasi provides a home to 18 young boys and 3 girls who mostly have been abandoned, neglected or abused. Located in Oropesa, Peru, Azul Wasi has been a LAFF partner since 2007.

The Sacred Valley Project is dedicated to giving young women from lowincome families in remote mountain communities access to education. They provide accommodation, schooling and meals for young girls whose families would otherwise not be able to send them to school. Sacred Valley Project has been a LAFF partner since 2010.

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”LAFF provides both financial and volunteer support to Mosqoy. This has enabled us to provide workshops and English classes for our youth program, to hold weekly fundraising events, and to build one of our social enterprises“. Steph Guthridge, Youth Programme Manager

”Our alliance with LAFF is very positive and directly helped our beneficiaries access the fundamental right to education“. Carmen Martínez, Director of Casa Mantay

MOSQOY

CASA MANTAY

Mosqoy is a Canadian grassroots organisation that works towards global sustainability and resilience by empowering local culture. In Cusco, they run a textile programme supporting five women from highland Quechua communities to run spinning and weaving cooperatives; and a youth programme providing scholarships for outstanding youth in rural communities to attend secondary education. Mosqoy has been a LAFF partner since 2014.

Casa Mantay gives a home to 16 young mothers and their children. Located in San Jeronimo, Cusco, they provide extra support to 40+ single mothers and children through childcare services and after school support. Casa Mantay has been a LAFF partner since 2010.

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Former partners RUWASUNCHIS Ruwasunchis became a LAFF partner in 2013. Located in Lima, Peru, it works on community development, personal development and career guidance for vulnerable children and youth. After five years of partnership, Ruwasunchis no longer requires LAFF’s support. It is a flourishing NGO and is now a proud LAFF collaborator, sharing experiences and learning with LAFF and our partners.

YACHAY WASI Yachay Wasi became a LAFF partner in January 2017. Yachay Wasi means “Learning House” in Quechua. It has been active in the San Sebastián area of Cusco since 2009, providing a safe and enriching space for disadvantaged young people. Sadly, Yachay Wasi closed down in 2017 due to financial difficulties.

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Photo: Andrew Dare / LAFF 2018

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MEET THE TEAM Board of trustees

SARAH OAKES Director, Founder and Chair of the Board of Trustees

Founding Trustee Sarah has been working with vulnerable children in Latin America since 2003. After working as a volunteer coordinator at a home for deaf children in Cusco, the harsh reality of life for abandoned and working children in Latin America struck her deeply and Sarah continued to work directly with vulnerable children in the Peruvian Andes region for three years returning to the UK to found LAFF, which she now tirelessly directs in her free time on a voluntary basis. Sarah has ten years’ experience in international development, fundraising, volunteer management and capacity-building through her work with charities as varied as Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO), The Place2Be, and the TONI&GUY Charitable Foundation. Sarah is a fully qualified teacher and is currently working as a freelance editor and fundraiser.

RUI DE SA LOPES Trustee for Finance (Treasurer)

Rui is an experienced Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) leader, with eighteen years of commercial experience in finance and business analysis. After spending two months as a pro-bono expert with LAFF in Cusco reviewing our financial procedures, Rui was invited to join the Board as treasurer in December 2016. Since then, he has brought greater rigour and clarity to LAFF’s financial processes.

CHIARA MINIGUTTI Trustee for People

Chiara is Italian, from the city of Genoa, and has first travelled to Peru in 2015, when she applied to volunteer with LAFF as the Vocational Training and Career Guidance Coordinator. This year full of new experiences, challenges and amazing people convinced her to continue supporting LAFF once back in Europe, this time as a Trustee, with special responsibility for People. She is, therefore, looking after our wonderful international team of volunteers, monitoring and adapting our recruitment, management, and retention strategies.

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MATT KINSELLA Trustee for Strategy Governance and Performance

Matt first got involved with LAFF as a remote volunteer in 2013, supporting our renewable energy project. He was drawn to the charity because of his personal connections to Latin America and because of LAFF’s focussed, committed, grassroots approach. Since 2016 he has been a trustee with special responsibility for performance, strategy, and governance. He focuses on oversight of strategic planning, risk management, internal procedures and policies, governance/legal issues, and monitoring & evaluation of impact.

SARAH WARRY Trustee for Fundraising

Sarah’s LAFF journey began in August 2013 as Vocational Training and Career Guidance Coordinator in Cusco. The following year Sarah took over the role of International Partnerships Manager. After supporting LAFF as a remote volunteer from the UK she became a Trustee in November 2016. As a Trustee, Sarah oversees fundraising and income generation, involving setting the strategy for our fundraising activities and advising on developing relationships with donors.

MELISSA WONG OVIEDO Trustee for Programmes

After working for Amnesty, Red Cross and the Latin American Mining Monitoring Programme in a variety of roles from campaigning to research Melissa left rainy London behind for Peru, to work for LAFF as Programme Manager. Now, as a Trustee, Melissa continues to seek social justice for all, especially the young people we support at LAFF.

PETE HOWSON Trustee for Communications

Pete is LAFF’s Trustee overseeing all our communications bits and pieces. He’s also been LAFF’s in-house design volunteer for the last eight years, working his magic on various video and newsletter projects. For a day job, Pete works as a Lecturer in International Development at Nottingham Trent University.

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Cusco team

MARCELA MUÑOZ Programme Manager

Marcela has been LAFF’s programme manager since January 2018. She enjoys putting her knowledge and experience into practice and contributing towards improving children’s access to education & assisting them in having a better livelihood.

ELIANA PONCE Child Psychologist

Eliana has worked with LAFF since 2012, helping our beneficiaries with personal development in areas such as self - esteem, conflict resolution, communication skills and career guidance.

NOEMI VIZCARRA Accountant

Noemi has been a close friend to LAFF since 2013 and has been working on improving our partner organisation’s financial management since 2016.

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Volunteers We’re proud to have a dedicated family of volunteers and fundraisers in Cusco and around the world. CUSCO 2017 - 2018 VOLUNTEERS ANUSHKA CHAKRAVARTI, Local Fundraising Coordinator (Sep - Dec 2017) EMMA MARSHALL, Programme Coordinador (Feb - Apr 2017)

FRANCESCA BONNICI, Programme Coordinator (Mar - Jul 2017) HEATHER LISCHAK, Monitoring and Evaluation (Feb - Apr 2017) JOANNA FOX, Local Fundraising Coordinator (Feb - Jun 2017)

YOLANDA SORIANO, Youth Development Coordinator (Apr - Jun 2017) LISE ROSAT, Social Enterprise Coordinator (Apr - Jun 2017)

ALEYSHA RATTRAY, Social Enterprise Coordinator (May - Jul 2017) EMILY HEDIN, Communications Coordinator (Sep 2017 – Mar 2018)

KERRY COULDRIDGE, International Fundraising Coordinator (Sep ‘17 – Mar ‘18) ROSE ALLEN, Programme Coordinator (Oct 2017 - Mar 2018)

MILES RUDGLEY, Social Enterprise Coordinator (Sep 2017 - Jun 2018)

CHRIS HARRIS, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator (Jan – Jun 2018) ROCÍO DÍAZ, Social Enterprise Coordinator (Jan 2018 – Jan 2019) LAURA DE LUCCA, Programme Coordinator (Mar – Jun 2018)

RAPHAEL VAN ARKADIE, Communications Coordinator (Mar – Jul 2018) DANIEL BAUME, Social Enterprise Coordinator (May – Aug 2018)

EMILY BURGMAN, International Fundraising Coordinator (Jun – Dec 2018)

MARINA LANZA MUNOZ, Communications Coordinator (Aug – Dec 2018)

ELENA RAVENTÓS, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator (Oct ‘18 – Feb ’19)

DANIELLE LISNEK, Youth Development Coordinator (Sep 2018 – Mar 2019)

JUSTYNA SKOCZYLAS, Social Enterprise Coordinator (Sep 2018 – Feb 2019)

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REMOTE VOLUNTEERS CAROLE STEWART, Accounting Analyst

DAWID NAWROOT, IT and Database Advisor DIEGO CORIMANYA, Data Analyst EMILY HEDIN, Human Resources HENRIETTE BRUN, Fundraising

LOUISE BALL, Communications

KATHRYN PAYMAN, Communications

NATHALIA QUINTILIANO, International Partnerships LUCAS KING, Fundraising

SOPHIE BRAIN, Fundraising

VANESSA CARY, Data Analyst

LAFF volunteers on a team retreat, Salkantay trek. Photo: Jerรณnimo Galleguillos / LAFF 2018.

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Meet some of the LAFF children and young people you are helping to access education and a better future...

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PAULO

SHEKINA

RONALDIÑO

NELIO

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DANY

CARMEN ROSA

ANA RITA

YULIÑO Photos: Elena Ravéntos / LAFF 2018.

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A BIG THANK YOU TO... OUR PARTNERS Casa Mantay Sacred Valley Project Azul Wasi Mosqoy

OUR COLLABORATORS Jóvenes con Propósito Perú Bar Ruwasunchis Reddendi

OUR SUPPORTERS Beckett's Baskets Pots and Planters Carmela and Ronnie Pignatelli Foundation Charity's Technology Trust Claypotts Trust G&H Roberts Community Trust HDH Wills 1965 Charitable Trust Julie Brown King Edward VI High School for Girls Manos Del Sur Mike Bullet One Percent Foundation Merilyn and Paul Barrett RKT Harris Family Charitable Trust SKS AG St Andrews Church The Allan Charitable Trust The Bryan Guinness Charitable Trust 24

The Calpe Trust The Souter Charitable Trust The Tula Trust Ltd Triple T Charitable Trust University of Edinburgh LATAM Society Ward Family Trust Everybody who has donated to LAFF through Just Giving and our other fundraising platforms Everybody who has donated to LAFF through our local fundraising events

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SUPPORT US All our achievements are thanks to the generosity and hard work of our donors, volunteers and supporters.

DONATE We’re a volunteer-run charity, so donations go directly to helping vulnerable young people in Peru. You can donate at www.justgiving.com/laff

VOLUNTEER LAFF is a primarily volunteer-led organisation. We have a number of full-time volunteer placements in Cusco, as well as a number of online and overseas volunteer support. Contact us at info@laffcharity.org.uk

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY w

www.laffcharity.org.uk www.facebook.com/laffcharity/ https://twitter.com/LAFFCharity www.instagram.com/laffcharity/

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THE LEGAL STUFF LAFF is registered as a Charitable Trust. Our Trust Deed defines the charity’s Objectives as being:

i. To relieve the suffering and distress of people in Latin America who have been afflicted by violence or abuse.

ii. The preservation and protection of good health among Latin American children. iii. The advancement of education, the promotion of good health, the relief of poverty among women and children in Latin America, in particular by supporting and assisting the charitable work of children’s welfare homes and women’s refuges. iv. The relief of financial hardship, either generally or individually, of people living in Latin America by making grants of money for providing or paying for items, services or facilities.

TRUSTEE OBLIGATIONS The trustees have complied with their duty in section 4 of The Charities Act 2006 to have due regard to our public benefit guidance when exercising any powers or duties to which the guidance is relevant. Charity Trustees have given consideration to the major risks to which the charity is exposed and satisfied themselves that systems or procedures are established in order to manage those risks. The Trustees declare that they have approved the Trustee’s Report that follows. Signed on behalf of the charity’s Trustees.

SARAH OAKES Chair November 2018

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PETE HOWSON Trustee November 2018

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FINANCIALS Charity Name Latin American Foundation for the Future (LAFF)

No (if any) 1125872

Receipts and payments accounts Period start date

For the period from

Section A Receipts and payments

Mar-18

Unrestricted funds

Restricted funds

Endowment funds

Total funds

Last year

to the nearest £

to the nearest £

to the nearest £

to the nearest £

to the nearest £

A1 Receipts Donations - one off and regular Volunteer Fundraising, Challenges & Events Trusts, Foundations & Corporate Support Gift Aid Memorial fundraising Interest on High Interest Account

Sub total

8,675 749 23,200 415 3,841 7

9,384 91 7,296 -

-

18,058 839 30,496 415 3,841 7

14,185 12,392 28,978 1,026 385 9

36,887

16,770

-

53,657

56,974

A2 Asset and investment sales, etc.

-0

Total receipts

-

36,887

A3 Payments

To

Apr-17

CC16a

Period end date

Unrestricted funds

-

16,770

-

-

-

53,657

56,974

5,452

Restricted funds

Fundraising costs

6,005

-

-

6,005

Management, administration and fees

4,029

229

-

4,258

6,758

20,775

19,527

-

40,303

40,826

8,529

7,976

-

16,505

11,292

Grants Project Support Other Currency Exchange

Sub total

-

-

(162)

-

39,176

A4 Asset and investment purchases, etc.

Net of receipts/(payments) -

Cash funds this year end

2,290

-

-

39,176

A5 Transfers between funds A6 Cash funds last year end Adjustment to prior year balance

-

27,732

-0

Total payments

-

-

B1 Cash funds

-

162

31

66,908

64,358

-

27,732

-0

-

-

66,908

10,962

-

12,713

-

42,089

49,473

27,086

1,751

-

28,837

42,089

Unrestricted funds

Details

-

13,251

64,358

-0 29,376

Section B Statement of assets and liabilities at the end of the period Categories

-

-

7,384

-

Restricted funds

to nearest £

to nearest £

Endowment funds to nearest £

High interest account

15,083

Regular account Petty Cash

11,996 7

1,751

-

27,086

1,751

-

-

Rounding error

-

Total cash funds (agree balances with receipts and payments account(s))

B2 Other monetary assets

B3 Investment assets

B4 Assets retained for the charity’s own use

B5 Liabilities Signed by one or two trustees on behalf of all the trustees

OK

Unrestricted funds

OK

Restricted funds

Details

to nearest £

to nearest £

Details

Fund to which asset belongs

Cost (optional)

Details

Fund to which asset belongs

Cost (optional)

Details

Fund to which liability relates

Amount due (optional)

-

OK

Endowment funds to nearest £

-

-

-

Current value (optional)

Current value (optional)

-

-

When due (optional) -

Signature

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Print Name

Date of approval

Sarah Oakes

1/31/19

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Examiner's report

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Examiner's report

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Photo: Marina Lanza / LAFF 2018

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