Registered charities in England and Wales
Data for financial year ending 31 December 2017
The Segelman Trust
- White & Co., 190 Clarence Gate Gardens, Glentworth Street, London, NW1 6AD
Aims & activities
The trustees wish to support organisations and projects that help people who are particularly disadvantaged and marginalised. They intend to achieve this through supporting organisations delivering charitable projects of significant public benefit in a cost effective way. The trustees will not consider unsolicited applications, nor will they make grants to individuals.
What the charity does
- General charitable purposes
- The prevention or relief of poverty
- Human rights/religious or racial harmony/equality or diversity
Who the charity helps
- Children/young people
- Elderly/old people
- People with disabilities
- People of a particular ethnic or racial origin
- Other charities or voluntary bodies
- Other defined groups
- The general public/mankind
How the charity works
- Makes grants to organisations
Income and Endowments:
* £890.0K investment gains(losses)
Assets and liabilities
- £0.0K Own use assets
- £49.1M Long term investments
- £0.0K Defined benefit pension scheme asset or liability
- £2.7M Other assets
- £668.6K Total liabilities
This charity has one or more trading subsidiaries
Charitable spending ratios
Ratios have to be put in context. They should be read in conjunction with the charity’s financial statements on which they’re based if they are to be interpreted correctly and sound conclusions drawn. For example the accounting rules affect what can be classed as income or expenditure. Where a charity which purchases land to further its objects the accounting rules do not permit including the purchase cost as charitable spending in its accounts. Instead it is ‘capitalised’ and shown on the balance sheet. Similarly a charity that receives an endowment it can’t spend may have a lower percentage of charitable spending as a proportion of income in the year of receipt as compared to the previous year as a result. Ratios may also be affected by the way a charity operates. For example, a charity which primarily generates income from investments may have lower cost of raising funds than one which employs fundraisers. A grant-making charity funding other charities to undertake an activity will have much lower staffing costs compared to a charity employing staff to perform that activity.
Charitable spending (including governance costs) as a percentage of income and endowments received by the charity in the reporting period. Does not include planned future spending.
Costs incurred in generating income as a proportion of total income and endowments received in the reporting period. May include spending to secure future funding.
The percentage of the charity’s total income retained for future use.
Accounts and trustees' annual report
1) FOR THE POOR AND NEEDY OF THE CLASS OF PERSONS SET OUT IN THE SECOND SCHEDULE HERETO. 2) UPON THE EXPIRATION OF THE 21 YEAR PERIOD (MENTIONED AS ABOVE AND IN SUB-CLAUSE 11(A) OF THE WILL) THE WHOLE OF THE TRUST FUND ( AFTER ANY EXERCISE BY THE TRUSTEES OF THEIR POWER TO RELIEVE POVERTY AMONG THE CLASS OF PERSONS MENTIONED IN SUB-CLAUSE 11(A) OF THE WILL) SHALL BE HELD ON TRUST FOR CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS OR SOCIETIES OR FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES
Governing documentWILL OF GERALD SEGELMAN DATED 6TH MAY 1992 PROVED ON 9TH NOVEMBER 1992 AND AS AFFECTED BY COURT ORDER DATED 9TH MAY 1995
Conflicts of interest
Land And Property
This charity owns and/or leases land or property.
Areas of operation
List of regions
- Throughout England And Wales