Our Pay Ratios
The Equality Trust's pay ratios are:
- Top-to-bottom: 1.47 to 1
- Top-to-median: 1.47 to 1
Figures are correct as of 8th Feburary 2017.
The Equality Trust's total income for 2016 was £366,553. This came from two main sources: core funding and restricted grants from Network for Social Change, The Tudor Trust, Bowland Charitable Trust, Big Lottery Fund Awards for All and the HT & LB Cadbury Charitable Trust, alongside donations from organisations and individuals. All grants are listed below.
- Network for Social Change: £187,878
- Tudor Trust: £50,000
- Bowland Charitable Trust: £50,000
- Network for Social Change: £12,267 [restricted]
- Big Lottery Fund Awards for All: £7,386 [restricted]
- HT & LB Cadbury Charitable Trust: £2,000
The Equality Trust also received approximately £33,500 from its many generous supporters and donors and around £12,000 in donations for speaking engagements. We also hugely appreciate the long running support from Rainbow Pie who donate 5% of takings each month.
We are also grateful to the businesses and organisations who have supported us with donated services during the year, including Cambridge House, Slack, Google Apps for Non-Profits, Voipfone and Leave Wizard.
Here you can download the accounts we have submitted to Companies House and, from 2015, to the Charity Commission:
- Financial Year 2008
- Financial Year 2009
- Financial Year 2010
- Financial Year 2011
- Financial Year 2012
- Financial Year 2013
- Financial Year 2014
- Financial Year 2015
- Financial Year 2016
Photo credit: "Cup Half Full" by Simon Holliday