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Board of Directors ......................................................................................................................2 Chairperson’s & General Manager’s Report ..........................................................................3 Merit Commercial Solutions - Life Skills - Plenty Catering & Hire ...............................4 Prime Timber Production - Encore Clothing .....................................................................5 Acknowledgements & Life Members ....................................................................................7 Workers Committee - Employee of the Year ......................................................................6 Self Help Workplace Team .........................................................................................................8 Board of Directors Report .....................................................................................................10 Financials ......................................................................................................................................11 Treasurer’s Declaration - Independent Audit Report .....................................................15

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Board Of Directors Matthew Green

Has served as the Chairperson of Self Help Workplace since 2012. Matthew has a strong background in the design and construction industry with over 15 years of experience. Matthew specialises in project management; architectural drafting, specifications and construction documentation and contract administration. Matthew applies these skills and experience in his role as Project Manager with Commercial Project Delivery, a local business specialising in project and construction management for all stages of development

Pablo Almendras

Pablo is one of the newest members of the Self Help Workplace Board and has recently taken on the role of Deputy Chairperson. Pablo’s background is in engineering. He holds an Engineering degree from the Victoria University and has worked for various consultancy companies in Sydney and Melbourne before relocating with his family to Tasmania in 2005.

Shaun Bleathman

Is the Association’s Treasurer. Shaun is a partner in 145 Financial and has applied his accountancy and financial planning experience to the work of Self Help Workplace since joining the Board in 2007. Shaun is a member of CPA Australia and holds a Diploma in Financial Services and a Degree in Commerce.

Natalie Sankey

joined the Board in 2013. Currently employed as the Manager of the Launceston and North East offices of Australian Hearing, Natalie brings many years of experience in administration, customer and health services in a varied career in Tasmania and interstate to her role as a director.

David Galloway

Recently joined the Board in June 2013, David comes from a timber background, working in a variety of roles including Despatch Manager, Customer Service Manager, Timber Retail Yard Manager and recently in IT. These roles have taken David to 10 years’ service. David the current “C” Grade State Champion in clay target shooting , enjoys fishing and the outdoors and is Vice President of the Scottsdale Crows Football Club.

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Margaret Ridgers

Has the honour of serving as the longest continuous director of Self Help Workplace having served in a range of capacities for more than 17 years. Margaret is the Principal of the Northern Support School which comprises St Georges and Newstead Heights Campuses. Margaret is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and is a Registered Psychologist and Teacher. She is the Tasmanian Representative on the Executive of the Australian Special Education Principals’ Association. Much of her work has involved supporting inclusive practices and equal opportunities for young people with disabilities.

Ken Bassett

Ken rejoined the Board of Directors of Self Help Workplace in 2011. Ken is recently retired as Launceston Manager of Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees Limited. He has had more than 45 years’ experience in the financial services industry as a senior banking executive in both Tasmania and interstate and more recently in the trustee services industry in Tasmania. Ken has a Diploma in Financial Services (Financial Planning) and has been a Justice of Peace since 1975. Other community interests include a directorship of Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust.

John Kearns

John Joined the Board in January 2014. Currently employed as the Operations Director at Tasmanian Alkaloids. John brings many years of experience in business management and supply to his role as director. John was previously very active with the Deloraine Apex Club, holding many club and State positions and is currently the President of Down Syndrome Tasmania. John holds an MBA (Deakin), GradDipEng (Monash) and BComm (UTAS).

Ron Thomas

Has previously held the position of Chairperson. Ron’s background is in advertising and marketing and he brings 30 years of experience to the Board of Directors. Ron has been awarded 2 PHF including Sapphire for his community work and is very active with the Rotary Club of Central Launceston where he has served as President and held many Board positions. He actively promotes the commercial activities of Self Help Workplace to the business community.


Chairperson’s & General Manager’s Report 2014-2015 has been a year of mixed fortunes for Self Help Workplace. On the positive side of the ledger, the enterprise benefited from a very generous bequest from the estate of Margaret Overstall; Encore Clothing and Plenty Catering and Hire exceeded budget expectations; and the life skills program continued to support employees to learn independent living skills. However, generating the necessary surpluses in Prime Timber Production and Merit Commercial Solutions continue to challenge the enterprise despite the support of our customers and suppliers and the hardworking teams in both business units. One of the biggest projects managed by the team during the year was the move to a new wage assessment tool to replace the now defunct BSWAT tool. The application of the Greenacres wage assessment tool involved a considerable investment of time and money to train the staff and implement the tool. The effort paid off and by 31 April 2015, all employees had been transferred to the new tool and are now paid under the new arrangement. It would be easy in the ‘busyness’ of coping with the day to day issues to lose sight of the future and the steps needed to achieve the organisation’s goals. Mindful of this, the Board worked with the staff to develop a new NDIS Readiness Strategic Plan in order to prepare the enterprise for the full roll out of National Disability Insurance Scheme (2019-2020). The Plan identifies the following key priorities:

1. Strengthen the financial position of the enterprise

2. Increase the employment opportunities and the value of the supported employment experience for people with a disability

The team is already implementing the plan and the Board will continue to monitor the plan’s progress and take advantage of opportunities as they arise. The year saw a number of changes in the make-up of the team. After almost 5 years, Chris Johnson, our Business Development Co-ordinator retired. Chris goes with Self Help Workplace sincere thanks for his efforts to grow the business particularly supporting customers in Tasmania’s growing wine and berry industries. Chris laid a strong foundation for the business. We also said goodbye to Rowan Bowles, our book-keeper who is pursuing other business interests and welcomed Fiona Payton in his place. The success of Self Help Workplace is made possible by the efforts of many to whom we extend our thanks, particularly, the Board, staff, employees, donors, supporters, members, customers and suppliers. We look forward to continuing to provide quality goods and services at competitive prices delivered in full and on time.

Matthew Green Donna Bain General Manager Chairperson

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Merit Commercial Solutions We have once again had a busy year in Merit Commercial Solutions, only just falling short of a high budget target. Our mail out service has dropped off due to many customers now using email to send statements, invoices and catalogues etc., so we are grateful to our regular mail out customers such as Stevens Publishing, University of Tasmania, Launceston Film Society and Fairfax media. Fortunately, emails can’t apply tape to folders, adhere stickers, fold boxes, tie string to tags or put magnets on flyers which is why our employees were kept busy applying 30,000 magnets for a recent job. This year we also provided our services to the City of Launceston by completing a 34,250 mail out which included collating six items together, inserting into plastic bags and heat sealing. This was a huge task for employees but, as always, the team rose to the challenge. One growth area we see for the future is food and produce packing for specialty markets. We are looking at packaging teas and herbs for a local company in the new year and we currently fill bags with animal feed for one customer so they have sample packs to show at Agfest and Country Shows. Once again we have had students from Newstead College attend Work Placement at our site over the past year. They have been a pleasure to host and will hopefully, one day, become employees. I would like to extend a big thank you to our hard working volunteers. Selena is now in her third year with us and after 2 ½ years, Linda has moved on to other things but we wish her luck in her new role. And finally, thank you to Kim. As always she has been an amazing support for myself and the Merit Commercial Solutions team. Juanita Richardson Senior Supervisor

Life Skills Program & Plenty Catering and Hire Our catering service has continued to go from strength to strength this past year with thanks to our valued, repeat customer Baptcare, Launceston Chamber of Commerce, Northern Young Professionals, and other local businesses and organisations that use our team to cater their meetings, functions and training sessions. This year saw two of our employees, Daniel Smith and Anita Donald be given the opportunity to serve our catering at a function for the Board and staff of Optia. They both excelled at the task and thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity. Large orders such as one received from TABIS this year also saw our team band together to make up hundreds of rolls, sandwiches and wraps and prepare dozens of serves of cakes, biscuits and slices to be delivered to a hungry crowd by 11.30am. Employees continue to eagerly put their name up to go on the kitchen roster to learn valuable cooking and be a part of the catering team. Under the watchful eye and guidance of the kitchen supervisor, Dianne Haworth, those employees have continued to prosper and improve their life skills which has been recognised and appreciated by customers such as this: “..thanks for the yummy and well presented lunch you delivered to the workshop we were running at the TAFE last Friday. Everything was excellent and nothing was left, with nobody hungry, so I take that as a very good sign. I would be happy to recommend you to anyone else requiring catering..” Volker Mischer Workshop presenter

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Prime Timber Production Prime Timber Production continued to make an extensive range of quality products for customers in a wide range of industries across the state, including manufacturing and Tasmania’s growing wine and berry sectors. However, the challenge continued to be sourcing appropriate grade timber in the quantities and price that customers expect. As a result, returns were not as strong as expected, but we worked closely with existing and new customers to ensure they received quality goods and services at competitive prices, delivered in full and on time. We have had to work very hard to ensure that we maintained a good relationship with existing customers and suppliers as well as trying to source new business opportunities which had kept Chris and myself very active. Two major successes come to mind being the relationship developed with COSTA Berries and the new contract to supply NYRSTAR in Hobart with pallets. During the year we also worked on sourcing a new supplier for our hardwood timber which involved us travelling the north and northwest of the state looking for sawmills that could supply what we required. We also designed and manufactured a wide range of new export boxes for one of our customers exporting to Thailand and China as well as quoting for potential orders into Canada and Germany. Over the past 12 months the Prime Timber production employees have absolutely amazed me with the amount of physically demanding work they did. We have had to deal with some very tight and demanding deadlines and the employees stood up time and time again to produce the customers’ orders. There have also been a lot of personal best efforts achieved throughout the year and some of the guys have really stepped up and learnt new things, achieved their IEP goals as well as completing certified training. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers and suppliers who have supported us over the past 12 months and would like to mention a few, Bradken Resources, Neville Smith Forest Products, COSTA, NYRSTAR, ECKA Granules and NRM North. We are grateful for your continued support. I would personally like to thank Tom for his backup and support, Donna and Tracey for their guidance, Chris for his work on the road and Stan, our regular casual and volunteer staff member. I think the year ahead could have its challenges but with some ongoing and forward orders already in the system and a lot of hard work should get us off to a good start. We are motivated and driven to make the next 12 months a success. Darren McKercher Production Area Coordinator

Encore Clothing The difference a year can make in the second hand clothing industry is amazing. We made budget! The quality and quantity of our donations has improved slightly and our loyalty members are reaping the rewards by filling numerous cards allowing them to collect their reward of a $20.00 voucher. And, our biggest success this year would be the great response we have had to our Loyalty Club shopping evenings. Encore Clothing staff and volunteers would like to thank all of our valued customers and we look forward to serving you in the future. Juanita Richardson Senior Supervisor

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Workers Committee The members of the Workers Committee for 2014 - 2015 were: Katie Cundall (Merit Commercial Solutions) Jodie Crawford (Merit Commercial Solutions) Anita Donald (Merit Commercial Solutions) Melinda Triffett (Merit Commercial Solutions) Daniel Rice (Prime Timber Production) Mason Rule (Merit Commercial Solutions) For Anita, Mel and Dan, this was their first time on the Workers Committee. They were eagerly accepted and supported by the rest of the committee members and, their fresh outlook was greatly appreciated. As always, the committee was very thorough in addressing any workplace safety concerns or maintenance needs. The committee has also been involved in creating their own Disability Service Standards posters. There are 6 standards which are; Rights, Participation and Inclusion, Individual Outcomes, Feedback and Complaints, Service Access and Service Management. A lot of great ideas and hard work have been put into creating something that is easy for everyone to understand! Throughout the year the committee made several donations to support other worthwhile causes including: Footy Colours Day $26.00 Royal Guide Dogs Australia $72.45 Beanies For Brain Cancer $21.00 Daffodil Day $33.00 Thank you to Jodie, Katie and Mason for being valuable members of the committee over the past two years as they step down to allow new committee members to join and also a big thank you to Jordy Breen for her supporting role as Secretary to the committee.

Employee of the Year 2014 Julieanne Peck Julianne has been employed at Self Help Workplace for 12 years. She is a valuable member of the Merit Commercial Solutions team and her ‘can do’ attitude and willingness to help makes her a very worthy recipient of this year’s award. Julianne’s work ethic, positive attitude, ever present smile and infectious laugh embody everything that the Stephen Forrester Employee of the Year award is about.

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Acknowledgements Donations, Bequests, Grants & Funding Thank you to the following organisations, businesses and funds for providing financial or in kind support and goods for various projects and upgrades.

Book Club .......................................................................................... TasWater Line Marking ...................................................................................... RACT Community Fund Labour costs - Forklift Repair ............................................................ Tasmanian Forklift Hire Paper Tray Heater ............................................................................. Ricoh Business Centre Launceston Folding Machine ................................................................................ Tasmanian Community Fund Media Liaison ..................................................................................... Melissa Lewarn Communications Amenity refurbishments & Long strand shredder............................ Tasmanian Community Fund Recycled Pallets Competition & Governance Workshops ........... City of Launceston Bus Tow-bar ....................................................................................... TasWater

Self Help would also like to acknowledge the ongoing generosity of our other donors, sponsors, benefactors and members during 2014-2015 and would like to give special mention to our Corporate Members:

• Launceston Chamber of Commerce • Your IT Dept • Sim Crawcour •

Self Help Workplace thanks the major sponsors of the 2014 Friendship Ball for their generosity and support in making the event both possible and memorable.

Self Help Workplace is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services

Life Members Mrs P Barton Mrs M Barrett Ms K Bayles Ms L Bever Mr G Birtwhistle Ms A Boland

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Mr P Bushby Mrs J Crawford Mr R. Crawford Mr A Dingemanse Mrs L Farrington Mr D Kean

Mrs F Layton Mr G Little Mr J Parker Mrs M Ridgers Mrs D Rosier Mr M Rosier

Mr C Smith Mr R Tonerud Mrs M Walker Mr R Walker Mr H Williams Mr A Wilson RSID


The Team Self Help Workplace Ailsa

Alistair

Dale

Anita

Courtney

Craig

Craig

Daniel

Daniel

Darren

Darren

Deborah

Denise

Eliza

Ella

Gerard

Graham

Hamish

Hannah

Harley

Helen

Holly

Jodie

John

Julieanne

Karen

Karmen

Katie

Kelly

Kevin

Kevin

Louise

Lynette

Mason

Melinda

Michael

Monica

Andrew

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Adrian


Nancy

Nicole

Norma

Richard

Ricky

Ricky

Ricky

Robert

Robert

Roger

Samantha

Sarah

Sean

Stewart

Susan

Jordy

Juanita

Staff Self Help Workplace

Chris

Darren

Dianne

Donna

Kim

Rodney

Tom

Tracey

Volunteers Self Help Workplace

Linda

Selena

Stan

9 Annual report 2013-2014


Board of Directors Report

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30 June 2015

Committee list Matthew Green (Chairperson)

Ken Bassett

Margaret Ridgers

Pablo Almendras (Deputy Chairperson)

David Galloway

Natalie Sankey

Shaun Bleathman

John Kearns

Ron Thomas

Self Help Workshop Inc

For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

Statement of Profit or Loss Statement of Profit or Loss For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

2015

2014

$ 754,846 (355,704)

$ 789,727 (381,582)

Gross profit

399,142

408,145

Other Income Government grants Donations and bequests Other income Interest received

484,486 215,811 64,695 5,030

499,277 62,865 67,131 5,568

(720,198) (20,624) (4,636) (169,536) (60,331) (27,684)

(794,482) (26,934) (21,479) (178,436) (55,588) (9,682)

166,155

(43,615)

Note Sales revenue Cost of sales

Other Expenses Employee benefits expense Depreciation expense Finance costs Administration Property Other expenses Surplus (deficit)

Self Help Workshop Inc

As at 30 June 2015

Balance Sheet Balance Sheet

As at 30 June 2015

2015

2014

$

$

111,556 104,347 29,421 40,123

167,745 139,819 31,383 38,592

285,447

377,539

65,000 2,048,259

2,031,776

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS

2,113,259

2,031,776

TOTAL ASSETS

2,398,706

2,409,315

131,341 70,625 15,920

84,972 98,474 43,698

217,886

227,144

Note ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents Trade and other receivables Inventories Prepayments

2 3 4

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS NON-CURRENT ASSETS Shares in unlisted company Property, plant and equipment

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LIABILITIES CURRENT LIABILITIES Trade and other payables Provisions Other liabilities

6 9 7

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements. Borrowings 8 Provisions 9 TOTAL NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES TOTAL LIABILITIES

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35,000 41,166

205,000 2 38,671

76,166

243,671

294,052

470,815

NET ASSETS

2,104,654

1,938,500

MEMBERS' FUNDS Reserves Retained profits

505,000 1,599,654

505,000 1,433,500

TOTAL MEMBERS' EQUITY

2,104,654

1,938,500


Self Help Workshop Inc

Statement of Changes in Equity For the Year Ended 30 June 2015 Statement of Changes in Equity

For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

2015 Retained Earnings $ Balance at 1 July 2014

Reserve Reserve Grants Redundancy Capitalisation $

$

Total $

Net surplus/(deficit) for the year

1,433,500 166,155

35,000 -

470,000 -

1,938,500 166,155

Balance at 30 June 2015

1,599,655

35,000

470,000

2,104,655

2014 Retained Earnings $ Balance at 1 July 2013

Reserve Reserve Grants Redundancy Capitalisation $

$

Total $

Net surplus/(deficit) for the year

1,477,115 (43,615)

35,000 -

470,000 -

1,982,115 (43,615)

Balance at 30 June 2014

1,433,500

35,000

470,000

1,938,500

Statement of Cash Flows Self Help Workshop Inc

For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

Statement of Cash Flows

For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

Note CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES: Receipts from customers Payments to suppliers Donations received Interest received Interest paid Payments to employees Receipt from grants Other receipts GST recovered/paid Net cash provided by/(used in) operating activities

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CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES: Proceeds from sale of plant and equipment Payments for purchase of property, plant and equipment Net cash used by investing activities

2014

$

$

831,193 (617,200) 187,344 5,030 (4,636) (759,996) 499,943 64,695 (55,454)

911,551 (677,569) 70,332 5,568 (21,479) (749,374) 537,451 67,131 (65,421)

150,919

78,190

300 (37,407)

569 (2,169)

(37,107)

(1,600)

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements. CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES: Repayment of borrowings (170,000)

-

Net cash used by financing activities

-

(170,000)

Net increase/(decrease) in cash and cash equivalents held Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year Cash and cash equivalents at end of financial year

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2015

2

(56,188) 167,745

76,590 91,155

111,557

167,745

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Notes to the Financial Statements

For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

1 Summary of Significant Accounting Policies (a) Basis of Preparation These financial statements are special purpose financial statements prepared in order to satisfy the financial reporting requirements of the Associations Incorporation Act (TAS) 1964. The committee has determined that the not-forprofit Association is not a reporting entity. The financial statements have been prepared on an accruals basis and is based on historical costs modified by the revaluation of selected non-current assets, financial assets and financial liabilities for which the fair value basis of accounting has been applied. The following specific accounting policies, which are consistent with previous periods unless otherwise stated, have been adopted in the preparation of these financial statements: (b) Revenue and other income Government funding Government grant revenue is recognised in the period in which the services funded by the grant are to be provided by the school. Where grants are received that relate to future periods, that portion of the grant is recognised as a liability on the balance sheet called grants in advance. Revenue is recognised on transfer of goods to the customer as this is deemed to be the point in time when risks and rewards are transferred and there is no longer any ownership or effective control over the goods. Donations and bequests are recognised as revenue when received. Interest is recognised when received. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST). (c) Taxation Status Self HelpWorkshop Inc. (ABN 46 307 410 837) trading as Self Help Workplace and Encore Clothing is aHelp PublicWorkshop Benevolent Institution (PBI) with Deductible Self Inc Selfand Help Workshop Inc the following taxation Gift Recipient Status (DGR) is endorsed to access concessions: • GST Concessions • Fringe Benefits Tax Exemption For the Year Ended 30 June 2015 • Income Tax Exemption

Notes to the Financial Statements Notes to the Financial Statements

(d) Cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at call with banks, other short-term highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less. (e) Accounts Receivables Trade receivables and other receivables are recorded at amounts due less any allowance for doubtful debts. Bad debts are written off during the period in which it becomes apparent that the amounts will not be recoverable. (f) Property, Plant and Equipment Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value less, where applicable, any accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Buildings are not depreciated. (g) Goods and Services Tax (GST) Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Tax Office. In these circumstances, the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expense. Receivables and payables in the balance sheet are shown inclusive of GST. (h) Provisions Provisions are recognised when the Association has a legal or constructive obligation, as a result of past events, for which it is probable that an outflow of economic benefits will result and that outflow can be reliably measured. Provision is made for the Association’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered by employees to balance date. Employee benefits have been measured at the amount unpaid at the reporting date at current payrates plus related on-costs,

For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

Donations to Self Help Workshop Inc. over $2.00 are tax deductible.

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Cash and cash equivalents 2 Cash and cash equivalents Cash on hand Cash on hand Cash at bank Cash at bank

3

Trade and other receivables 3 Trade and other receivables Trade debtors Trade debtors Bequest: Estate of M Bennett Bequest: Estate of M Bennett

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Inventories 4 Inventories Stock on hand at cost: Stock on hand at cost: - Production - Production - Services - Services - Encore - Encore - Canteen - Canteen Work in Progress at cost: Work in Progress at cost: - Production - Production - Services - Services

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Property, plant and equipment 5 Property, plant and equipment LAND AND BUILDINGS LAND AND BUILDINGS At valuation and cost At valuation and cost Total land and buildings Total land and buildings PLANT AND EQUIPMENT PLANT AND EQUIPMENT Plant and equipment Plant and equipment At cost At cost Less: accumulated depreciation Less: accumulated depreciation Total plant and equipment Total plant and equipment Motor vehicles Motor vehicles At cost At cost

2015 2015 $ $

2014 2014 $ $

3,153 3,153 108,403 108,403 111,556 111,556

1,060 1,060 166,685 166,685 167,745 167,745

104,347 104,347 104,347 104,347

103,286 103,286 36,533 36,533 139,819 139,819

11,061 11,061 143 143 1,538 1,538 526 526 13,268 13,268

15,694 15,694 281 281 1,529 1,529 618 618 18,122 18,122

10,663 10,663 5,490 5,490 16,153 16,153 29,421 29,421

10,941 10,941 2,320 2,320 13,261 13,261 31,383 31,383

1,797,835 1,766,221 1,797,835 1,766,221 1,797,835 1,766,221 1,797,835 1,766,221

387,631 387,638 387,631 387,638 (159,457) (151,480) (159,457) (151,480) 228,174 236,158 228,174 236,158 85,065 85,065

85,065 85,065


- Services

Self Help Workshop Inc

Notes to the Financial Statements

Notes For tothethe Financial Statements Year Ended 30 June 2015 5

1,766,221

1,797,835

1,766,221

2015 $

$

3,153 387,631 108,403 (159,457)

1,060 387,638 166,685 (151,480)

Total plant and equipment

228,174 111,556

236,158 167,745

85,065 (62,815) 104,347

85,065 (55,668) 103,286

22,250 250,424 104,347

36,533 29,397 265,555 139,819

Total plant and equipment Total property, plant and equipment

Inventories

Stock on hand at cost: Trade and other payables - Production Trade creditors - Services GST payable - Encore Other payables - Canteen

Work in Progress at cost: Other liabilities - Production Funding received in advance - Services

2015

2,048,259 $

2014

2,031,776 $

11,061 90,166 143 21,061 1,538 20,114 526 131,341 13,268

15,694 30,764 281 19,650 1,529 34,557 618 8 84,972 18,122

10,663 15,920 5,490 15,920 16,153

10,941 43,698 2,320 43,698 13,261

29,421

31,383

1,797,835 35,000

1,766,221 205,000 1,766,221 205,000

Borrowings 5

2014

Cash Plant and cash equivalents and equipment CashAt oncost hand CashLess: at bank accumulated depreciation

Bequest: of M Bennett TotalEstate motor vehicles

8

31,383 For the Year Ended 30 June 2015

1,797,835

Notes to the Financial Statements

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13,261

29,421

Total land and buildings

Motor vehicles costother receivables 3 TradeAtand Less: accumulated depreciation debtors For theTrade Year Ended 30 June 2015

6

16,153

LAND AND BUILDINGS At valuation and cost

Self Help Workshop Inc

4

2,320

Property, plant and equipment

PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

2

5,490

Property, plant and equipment LAND AND BUILDINGS NON-CURRENT Atloans valuation and cost Bank Total land and buildings

1,797,835 35,000

PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

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Provisions Plant and equipment CURRENT At cost Provision for annual leave Less: accumulated depreciation Self Help Workshop Inc Provision for time in lieu Total plant and equipment Provision for long service leave NotesMotor to vehicles the Financial Statements cost Ended 30 June 2015 For theAtYear NON-CURRENT Less: accumulated depreciation Provision for long service leave Total motor vehicles Total plant and equipment Total property, plant and equipment 10

387,638 77,460 (151,480) 5,872 236,158 15,142

70,625 85,065 (62,815) 41,166 2015 22,250 41,166 250,424 $ 2,048,259

98,474 85,065 (55,668) 38,671 2014 29,397 38,671 265,555 $ 2,031,776

2015

2014

Cash Flow Information (a)

Reconciliation of result for the year to cashflows from operating activities Reconciliation of net income to net cash provided by operating activities:

Profit for the year Non-cash flows in profit: Depreciation expense - investment received via donation Changes in operating assets and liabilities Trade and other receivables Inventories Prepayments Trade and other payables Provisions Other liabilities Cashflow from operations

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387,631 63,764 (159,457) 3,140 228,174 3,721

$ 166,155

$ (43,616)

20,624 (65,000)

26,934 -

35,472 1,962 (1,530) 46,369 (25,354) (27,778)

45,793 29,167 (7,590) 3,850 27,411 9 (3,760)

150,920

78,189

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Treasurer’s Declaration

Independent Auditor’s Report

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For the Year Ended 30 June 2015


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Corporate Catering

“We offer an extensive range of morning and afternoon tea and lunch options delivered weekdays to your office for your next meeting or event” Check online at www.selfhelp.com.au for the latest menu and booking forms or contact our office for more information

6344 7133

catering@selfhelp.com.au

Training Room/Board Room for Hire • Equipment includes DVD player, wide screen TV, electronic whiteboard,VCR, sound system, data projector, conference phone. • Tea and coffee making facilities for all day tea & coffee. • High speed internet. • Chilled drinking water. • Private courtyard. • All day, off-street parking. • Full catering service available

6344 7133

www.selfhelp.com.au

info@selfhelp.com.au

Do You Need.... • • • • • •

Bulk Mailout Service Component Assembly Product Packaging Cleaning Rags Print Finishing Data Entry

Self Help Workplace can guillotine, collate, fold, seal and post all your bulk mail, assemble components, show bags and promotional material and assist with any of your print finishing needs plus many more services to help your business.

6344 7133

services@selfhelp.com.au

Your local manufacturer of high quality pine and hardwood products for agriculture, storage & freight • Small or large quantities • Customised products built to your specifications • All products can be heat or methyl bromide treated. AWPCS - ISPM15 certified.

6344 7133 GARDEN STAKES

PRODUCE BINS

PALLETS

darren@selfhelp.com.au


2014 - 2015 Annual Report