Where your money goes

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95 pence out every £1 income is spent looking after people who need your help. So this income goes to the young carer looking after their mum with a disability. This income helps a young adult live safely and securely. This income funds the mobile crèche which allows parents to go out and gain the skills to get back into work. This income runs Scotland’s only specialist epilepsy centre.  You see, this money really does transform lives. Read Quarriers case studies and find out the amazing difference it makes every day.

Where it’s needed

When you look at Quarriers’ annual review you get an idea of the scale of the work we do. Last year we spent more than £41million helping children, young people and families, adults with a disability or people with epilepsy. Admin and running costs are kept to a minimum. Nine out of ten of our staff delivers frontline social care services while the rest perform roles which support them. When you donate to us you are supporting a team dedicated to helping others.

Like everyone else these days, Quarriers has to make tough decisions with our finances. Our money has to go further.

Our Finances

Quarriers Annual Review website lets you find information on our finances and where our money goes. Our new annual review site has been optimised for mobile and tablet. If you are using an older browser you may have problems viewing the site. View a PDF version of our annual review.

And we're proud to say...

...91% of our staff deliver frontline services and 95% in every £1 income is spent on the people at the heart of our mission.