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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 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 to change homeless young people's lives. We're committed to transparency, clarity, financial responsibility and are open to feedback at any time.

Read our supporter promise


Our financial statements 2020-21

We work with homeless young people and young people at risk of homelessness, offering them a safe place to stay and support to find a job and a home. Read our financial statements for the financial year ending in March 2021. 

Read our annual report

Our Previous Financial Statements

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

Annual Tenants Report 2020-21

A yearly update for young people staying with Centrepoint.

Read our annual report

Gender pay gap Our statement

Since we last reported our Gender Pay Gap figures in 2018, we have made good progress in improving gender pay equality. Our mean and median gender pay gaps have both reduced substantially and are significantly lower than the national averages.

Read the full 2019-2020 report below.

Read our report

Senior Executive Renumeration Policy

Our renumeration policy provides a basis for remunerating senior executives in Centrepoint. Read to find out more.

Read Our Remuneration Policy

An image of Tamara, who has experience of being homeless as a young mother.

Real stories

Together with its partners, Centrepoint helps more than 15,000 homeless young people every year. With our support, they've achieved amazing things and overcome some huge obstacles.

Here are some of the real stories of Centrepoint young people and staff.

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