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Our finances

We can't give homeless young people a future without the trust of our donors, our partners and the young people we support.

Transparency is central to maintaining that trust. Everyone is welcome to see how we manage our finances to give homeless young people a future.

Our financial statements 2016-17

Read our financial statements for the financial year ending in March 2017. Click the image left to open the document.

Our previous financial statements

Paper copies of all the financial statements on this page are available on request by emailing

Annual Tenants Report 2017-18

A yearly update for young people staying with Centrepoint.

Read our Annual Tenants Report

Value for Money Our approach

Our business planning, decision making process and VfM strategy is designed to work together to obtain better outcomes for young people that ultimately lead to a job and a home. VfM is an integral part of all of our planning, from our strategic plan, business plan, team plans and our individual objectives. It is not just about cost savings – it is getting the most from our money.

Read our Value for Money Statement

Gender pay gap Our statement

We are conscious and mindful of fair pay and have a rigorous job evaluation system in place. We believe there is no indication of any gender pay differences between women and men who are in the same roles. However we want to ensure Centrepoint continues to offer genuine equality of opportunity to employees of any gender.

Read our statement


Our promise to you

We couldn't do what we do without our supporters. If you're happy to hear from us, we're always happy to tell you how your money is being spent changing homeless young people's lives. We're committed to transparency, clarity, financial responsibility and an openness to feedback at any time. If you ever feel we're falling short in any of these please don't hesitate to let us know.

Read our full Supporter Promise