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Data for financial year ending 31 March 2018

Prison Advice And Care Trust (Pact)

  • Income

    £6.0M

  • Spending

    £5.8M

  • Status

    Up-to-date

Charity no. 219278 Company no. 356443

Contact details

Public address

  • P A C T, The Employment Academy, 29 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UA

Aims & activities

Pact supports people affected by imprisonment to cope and to make a fresh start, including prisoners, ex-offenders, their children and families. Our work in England and Wales reduces reoffending. We work in prisons of all types, and in communities. We reduce the risk of suicide and self-harm, safeguard children and vulnerable adults, and maintain and strengthen family relationships.

What the charity does

  • General charitable purposes
  • Education/training
  • The advancement of health or saving of lives
  • The prevention or relief of poverty
  • Human rights/religious or racial harmony/equality or diversity

Who the charity helps

  • Children/young people
  • Other defined groups
  • The general public/mankind

How the charity works

  • Makes grants to individuals
  • Provides services
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Sponsors or undertakes research

Income and Endowments:

£6.0M

Expenditure:

£5.8M

Assets and liabilities

  • £8.0K Own use assets
  • £0.0K Long term investments
  • £0.0K Defined benefit pension scheme asset or liability
  • £2.1M Other assets
  • £801.0K Total liabilities
Financial history
Compliance history

Fundraising

Raises funds from the Public

Trading

This charity has one or more trading subsidiaries

Gift aid

Recognised by HMRC for gift aid

Charitable spending ratios

95%
98%
4%

Charitable objects

1. TO PROVIDE ADVICE, INFORMATION AND SUPPORT TO PEOPLE WHO ARE SUFFERING OR WHO HAVE SUFFERED A LEGAL RESTRICTION ON THEIR LIBERTY IN ANY PENAL OR CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION. 2. TO PROVIDE ADVICE, INFORMATION AND SUPPORT TO FAMILIES AND CHILDREN OF THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE SUFFERING OR WHO HAVE SUFFERED A LEGAL RESTRICTION ON THEIR LIBERTY IN ANY PENAL OR CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION. 3. TO WORK FOR THE RELIEF OF POVERTY AND SICKNESS AND ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR OFFENDERS, EX-OFFENDERS, THEIR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN.

Governing document

MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED 1/9/1939 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS OF 11/10/1965 AND 5/7/1966 AND A CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION DATED 20/7/1973, AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION DATED 18/4/2000

Organisation type

Standard registration

Policies

Risk management
Safeguarding vulnerable beneficiaries
Conflicts of interest
Volunteer management
Complaints handling
Paying staff

Land And Property

This charity owns and/or leases land or property.

  • 9 Trustees
  • 149 Employees
  • 801 Volunteers

Trustee board

Trustee Other trusteeships Charity status
Margaret Hodgson None on record
Mike Page The Kendrick Foundation Up-to-date
Wilf Weeks None on record
Sarah Mann The Thomas Carpenter Educational And Apprenticing Foundation Up-to-date
Phil Taylor (Chair) None on record
Carolyn Robertson None on record
Nicholas Joseph Hamer Smart None on record
Chris Garside None on record
Paul Booton None on record

Areas of operation

List of regions

  • Throughout England And Wales