Rnib group annual report and financial statements 2012/13



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10. Grants payable

Grants payable in the year amount to £373,000 (2012: £470,000), with five (2012: 14) grants of £5,000 or

above, amounting to £115,000 (2012: £211,000). In addition, around 670 (2012: 750) small grants at an



individual value of less than £5,000 were made.





Note

2013

£’000

2012

£’000

All Party Parliamentary Disability Group – contribution to the costs of the Secretariat




-

5

Barnsley Blind and Partially Sighted Association




-

10

Blindvoice UK




-

10

Bucks Vision




-

10

Clore Social Leadership Programme - Fellowship


9

35

45

Disability Alliance




-

5

Fight for Sight – funding for the Sight Loss and Vision Priority Setting Partnership project




-

5

Guide Dogs for the Blind Association – guide dog training

9

-

8

Louis Braille Museum




-

9

Royal New Zealand Federation of the Blind – Christchurch Earthquake




-

5

South Lincolnshire Blind Society




7

7

Torch Trust

9

-

5


Vision 2020 (UK) Limited




25

-

Visionary (formerly NALSVI)

9

31

71

World Blind Union - Office Sponsorship




17

16

Other grants - all under £5,000




258

259

Total grants payable




373

470


11. Total movement of funds in the year is stated after charging







Total 2013


Group

£’000


Total 2012

Group

£’000

Auditors remuneration







Statutory audit fee – Charity

70

70

Statutory audit fee – Subsidiary companies

13

13

Statutory audit fee – Associated charities

57

61

Audit of teachers' pension scheme and other non statutory audit work

3

3

Financial advice and other services

21

4

Operating lease payments – other

1,450

1,719

Foreign exchange losses

53

49

Depreciation charge – tangible fixed assets


3,009

2,837

Profit on disposal of fixed assets

472

701

Of the £57,000 (2012: £61,000) statutory audit fees payable by the associated charities £13,000 (2012: £17,000) was paid to organisations other than PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.




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