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2017 Numbers (1st quarter)

The Biscuit Fund numbers

2017 so far 2016 since 2013
1st quarter 2017 £ £ £
       
Opening value of biscuits in the tin 4,237 6,727 -
       
Donations received (including Gift Aid) 12,546 18,401 80,894
Crumbs of hope paid out (6,927) (20,741) (70,738)
       
Admin fees      
Trustees - - -
Volunteers & agents - - -
Chocolate biscuits & other essentials - - -
Independant examination of accounts - (150) (300)
       
Closing value of biscuits in the tin 9,857 4,237 9,857
       
No. of cases where we've been able to offer a crumb of hope 67 164 536
*(see the blog for our latest success stories)      

 

2016 numbers PDF

Our admin expenses are zero (we even pay for our own chocolate biscuits) so everything our donors contribute goes directly to help someone in desperate need. We really are a zero overheads charity. We once paid 'expenses' to one of our Agents who paid for a cab to take one of our clients home with a heavy food shop. We reimbursed her £7 for that cab, as our client would have had no way of getting their food home without one. We have no premises, no company phones, no biscuit budget, no work laptops. No-one receives a salary from TBF and we don't even claim for the cost of stamps if we need to send a letter. We do our work with TBF using our own PC's.


As you can see, we are very small and so if you like what we do please help us by making a donation and tell your friends about us as we have no marketing budget to call on in order to spread the word. Even the smallest donation can make a huge difference. If you can spare as little as a pound you could help make the difference between a child having a meal and going to school hungry.


To all our donors, a huge thank you on behalf of our volunteers and agents but much more importantly on behalf of those who are so desperately in need of a crumb of hope.

Our charity registration number is 1154117 and we are an entirely not-for-profit organisation.

 

 

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