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Our Pay Ratios
The Equality Trust's pay ratios are:
- Top-to-bottom: 2.14 to 1
- Top-to-median: 1.22 to 1
- Male-to-Female: 0.65 to 1
Figures are correct as of October 2020
The Equality Trust's total income for 2019 was £346, 094. This came from a mixture of sources: core funding from The Tudor Trust, and the HT & LB Cadbury Charitable Trust, alongside restricted funding from Barrow Cadbury Trust, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, Christian Aid, Friends Provident Foundation, York University and Trust for London. We also received generous donations from organisations and individuals. All grants are listed below.
- Friends Provident: £58,225 [restricted - Fair Pay Campaign]
- Tudor Trust: £50,000
- Barrow Cadbury Trust: £35,500 [restricted - Local Groups Organising]
- Christian Aid: £26,520 [restricted - Citizens for Financial Justice]
- York University: £25,000 [restricted - Closing the Gap Network]
- Trust for London: £17,500 [restricted - London Advocacy]
- HT & LB Cadbury Charitable Trust: £2,000
The Equality Trust also received just over £91,000 from its many generous supporters and donors, including through our second matched funding appeal via The Big Give - through which we raised £25,647 to continue our work with young people. This total included Champion funding from Four Acre Trust. 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 Consult and Design, Slack, Google Apps for Non-Profits, Canva, Voipfone and Leave Wizard.
The Equality Trust's total expenditure in 2019 was £324,040.
Here you can download our most recent, and the previous 5 years, accounts that we have submitted to Companies House and (from 2015) to the Charity Commission:
- Financial Year 2019
- Financial Year 2018
- Financial Year 2017
- Financial Year 2016
- Financial Year 2015
- Financial Year 2014
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