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HIV/AIDS/LGBT Annual Accounts Analysis

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Figures in RED are cost or Deficit (a loss).

Charites do not make a profit or loss they either carry funds over, a Surplus or spend more than they have in income, a Deficit.  Charities can also hold reserves to ensure they are able to function where funding is difficult.

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  Income Costs Profit/Loss
       
NAM publications 2007/2008  1163379.00 1213688.00 50309.00
The Positive Place - 2007/2008 486159.00 490583.00 4424.00
       
AVERT - 2008/2009 504174.00 515716.00 11542.00
Body and Soul 2008/2009 1327062.00 933422.00 393640.00
DHIVERSE - 2008/2009 450293.00 476431.00 26138.00
GLBT switchboard - 2008/2009 135583.00 211041.00 75458.00
GMFA 2008/2009 718753.00 681043.00 37710.00
NAT - 2008/2009 967506.00 937704.00 29802.00
NAZ project 2008/2009 890093.00 861925.00 28168.00
PACE Health - 2008/2009 766835.00 863965.00 97130.00
Positive East - 2008/2009 1656000.00 1616000.00 40000.00
Positive Women - 2008/2009 586802.00 593719.00 6917.00
Stonewall - 2008/2009 3843063.00 3131913.00 711150.00
The Food Chain 2008/2009 432681.00 434932.00 2251.00
THT - 2008/2009 18019000.00 18026000.00 7000.00
       
       
   £     31,947,383.00 -£ 30,988,082.00  £   959,301.00

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THT Annual Accounts Year Ending - March 2010

Income £21,285,000 - Costs £19,510,000 = surplus £1,775,0000

http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk/SHOWCHARITY/RegisterOfCharities/Fin...

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HIV/AIDS/LGBT Trading Accounts - update



  Income Costs Suplus / Defict
       
NAM publications 2007/2008  1,163,379 1,213,688 50,309
The Positive Place - 2007/2008 486,159 490,583 4,424
       
African Health Policy Network 2008/2009 1,003,963 1,039,609 35,646
AVERT - 2008/2009 504,174 515,716 11,542
Body and Soul 2008/2009 1,327,062 933,422 393,640
DHIVERSE - 2008/2009 450,293 476,431 26,138
GLBT switchboard - 2008/2009 135,583 211,041 75,458
GMFA 2008/2009 718,753 681,043 37,710
NAT - 2008/2009 967,506 937,704 29,802
NAZ project 2008/2009 890,093 861,925 28,168
PACE Health - 2008/2009 766,835 863,965 97,130
Positive East - 2008/2009 1,656,000 1,616,000 40,000
Positive Women - 2008/2009 586,802 593,719 6,917
Stonewall - 2008/2009 3,843,063 3,131,913 711,150
The Food Chain 2008/2009 432,681 434,932 2,251
       
CHIVA 2009/2010 189,902 146,200 43,702
EJAF 2009/2010 9,081,740 6,344,505 2,737,235
The Cara Trust 2009/2010 185,662 231,683 46,021
The River House Trust 2009/10 319,369 307,218 12,151
THT - 2009/2010 21,285,000 19,510,000 1,775,000
       
Make a Difference Trust 2010/11 218,416 139,700 78,716
       
  46,212,435 40,680,997 5,531,438
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Dept. of Health FOI response to HIV investment 2009/10 & 10/11

A freedom of information request was made to the Dept. of Health asking "Please could you advise in total in the amount of £, per 2009/10 and 2010/11 was awarded in direct contract by the DOH to support people living with HIV/AIDS in the UK."

The Dept. of Health response, received today:

Grant funding awarded to support voluntary organisations in the HIV sectorvia the Third Sector Investment Programme

 

Organisation

Awarded 2009/10

Awarded 2010/11

NAZ Project London (NPL)

£57,400

£60,100

Terrence Higgins Trust

£154,000

£121,000

National AIDS Trust

£100,000

£75,000

NAMPublications (NAM)

£52,300

£54,300

African HIV Policy Network

£76,000

£94,700

Medical Foundation for AIDS & Sexual Health

-

£65,000

£57,000

-

£80,000

-

UK Coalition of people living with HIV/AIDS

£45,000

-

Total

£621,700

£470,100

Sexual Health Team: HIV-related contract Payments for 2009/10

 

 

Name of organisation

 

 

Nature of contract

Amount

Terrence Higgins Trust

 

Management of CHAPS contract.CHAPS is a partnership of community-based organisations, co-ordinated by Terrence Higgins Trust, carrying out HIV health promotion with gay men in England and Wales.The CHAPS partnership also supports a wide-ranging sector development programme of work to enhance the skills of professionals working in the gay men's health sector. The sector development team is also charged with encouraging statutory and voluntary agencies to play a role in improving the health of gay men.

 

£1,900,000

Terrence Higgins Trust

THT Direct. Helpline providing information and advice on sexual health issues and living with HIV, including advice on testing, benefits, housing, problems at work and discrimination.

£500,000

African Health Policy

Network

Management of the National African HIV Prevention Programme (NAHIP)  to develop and implement a national response to the HIV prevention needs of Africans living in England.As well  as delivering campaigns and resources on the ground the programme has provided local outreach and direct-contact services to African communities

 

 

 

£1,000,000

British HIV Association (BHIVA)

Funding of BHIVA’s audit of clinical guideleines. Audit findings have contributed to a number of changes in clinical policy and practice resulting in improved treatment outcomes for HIV patients. 

£40,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Health

 

Sexual Health Team: HIV-related contract payments 2010/11

 

 

Name of organisation

 

 

Nature of contract

Amount

Terrence Higgins Trust

 

Management of CHAPS contract.CHAPS is a partnership of community-based organisations, co-ordinated by Terrence Higgins Trust, carrying out HIV health promotion with gay men in England and Wales.The CHAPS partnership also supports a wide-ranging sector development programme of work to enhance the skills of professionals working in the gay men's health sector. The sector development team is also charged with encouraging statutory and voluntary agencies to play a role in improving the health of gay men.

 

£1,900,000

Terrence Higgins Trust

THT Direct. Helpline providing information and advice on sexual health issues and living with HIV, including advice on testing, benefits, housing, problems at work and discrimination.

£500,000

African Health Policy

Network

Management of the National African HIV Prevention Programme (NAHIP)  to develop and implement a national response to the HIV prevention needs of Africans living in England.As well  as delivering campaigns and resources on the ground the programme has provided local outreach and direct-contact services to African communities

 

 

 

£1,000,000

British HIV Association (BHIVA)

Funding of BHIVA’s audit of clinical guideleines. Audit findings have contributed to a number of changes in clinical policy and practice resulting in improved treatment outcomes for HIV patients. 

£30,000

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DOH FOI request - spending 2011-14





Organisation Name (legal entity)   Name of Project Project Start Date Expected Project End Date 2011-12 (£) Total Paid 2012-13 Award (£) 2013-14 Award (£) Policy Area
Previous names of the organisation/ trading name or other names the organisation may be known as
African Health Policy Network African HiV Policy Network Guaranteed Delivery:  Securing the Future of UK African HIV Service Provider Organisations 01/04/2010 31/03/2012 95,450 98,900   Sexual Health
Brook   Virtual sexual health 09/05/2011 31/03/2013 96,663 54,107 25,383 Health Science and Bioethics
Medical Foundation for AIDS and Sexual Health (MedFASH)   MedFASH business development   31/03/2012 60,000 55,000   Sexual Health
Medical Foundation for AIDS and Sexual Health (MedFASH)   Tackling HIV testing in primary care 01/04/2011 31/03/2013 67,970 68,593 68,778 Health Science and Bioethics
NAM Publications (NAM)   Health and treatment information for people with HIV across England   31/03/2011 56,568 0   Sexual Health
National AIDS Trust (NAT)   Supporting NAT’s transition to a wholly sustainable organisation   31/03/2011 60,000 0   Sexual Health
NAZ Project London   Beyond consultation: promoting meaningful involvement of hard to reach African in shaping HIV/AIDS services in London   31/03/2011 45,169 0   Health Science and Bioethics
Terrence Higgins Trust   National HIV Long Term Condition Management Programme   31/03/2012 75,000 75,000   Sexual Health
Terrence Higgins Trust   Sustainable Futures     80,000 0   Sexual Health

Also see:

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201012/ldselect/ldaids/188/18...

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A new project to open up the UK Charities Register
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THT The Trustees' Report and Financial Statement 2010
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THE MAKE A DIFFERENCE TRUST accounts/overiew

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