Significant work was undertaken during the year to ensure continued financial stability, with health and social care budgets coming under increased pressure. This resulted in a positive net income figure for the year of £0.9m.
New grant funding enabled us to expand services in many areas including mental health and epilepsy fieldwork.
With a focus on staff retention, we implemented pay rises across all staff groups for the first time since 2011. This included an increase in line with the Scottish Living Wage to £8.45 per hour. We continued to invest in our management information systems to deliver efficiencies across the organisation.
Statement of trustees
This is an extract from the Annual Report and Financial Statements of Quarriers which was approved by the Board of Trustees on 27 August 2018. These summarised accounts may not contain sufficient information to allow a full understanding of the financial affairs of the charity.
For further information, the full audited Annual Report and Financial Statements can be obtained from the Director of Finance at the registered office of Quarriers
or the Registrar of Companies.
Extract from the Annual Report and Financial Statements of Quarriers for the year ended 31 March 2018.
Tom Scholes – Chair, Quarriers Board of Trustees
David Watt – Quarriers Board of Trustees