How We’re Funded

Our aim is to become a sustainable organisation where we have a range of income from a variety of sources.

We do not receive any funding from the Government in England and Wales and as such we look to raise income from not only grant making Trusts and Foundations, but also from our own and our supporters fundraising effort, from trading our expertise through training and learning opportunities and through our Legal support and Case Management service https://www.cbirs.co.uk/

Our objective is to raise £1.3m annually, which for a charity like ours is a constant challenge.

We are working hard to ensure that we keep our running costs as low as possible and to ensure that the majority of a donation goes directly to the services we provide to families and professionals.

Our ultimate aim is to help as many families as we can and to do it in the most cost effective and appropriate way possible.

If you would like to know more about where our funding is from please contact lisaturan@cbituk.org

We would like to thank our Special Ambassadors who work hard to help us achieve our goals

Cheryl Abrahams

Gordon Cartwright

Damien Horan

Richard McGregor

 

Thank you

We would like to thank the following organisations for their substantial gifts and awards in the last financial year (April 2017 to March 2018):

  • 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
  • Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust
  • BBC Children in Need
  • Childwick Trust
  • Eden Dora Trust for Children with Encephalitis
  • Eveson Trust
  • Henry Smith Charity
  • James Tudor Foundation
  • Leathersellers’ Company Charitable Fund
  • Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation
  • Mahoro Charitable Trust
  • P F Charitable Trust
  • Pilkington Charities Trust
  • Sobell Foundation
  • St James’s Place Charitable Foundation
  • Sterling Charity
  • Sydney and Phyllis Goldberg Memorial Charitable Trust
  • UKH Foundation
  • Weinstock Foundation