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Saturday 19 April 2014

How charities spend your money

Survey shows half of monies go on salaries - while half of CEOs have wages above €100k

The Marie Keating Foundation

Total income: €1.4m

State funds: €0

Donations: €1.4m

Salaries: €600k

CEO (None) but highest paid employee: €59k

Where money goes: 25% admin/fundraising 75% charitable activity

Jack and Jill Foundation

Total Income: €3m

State funds: €570k

Donations: €2.43m

Salaries: €570k

CEO (Jonathan Irwin): €90k with healthcare

Where money goes: 19% admin 81% charitable activity

St Vincent de Paul

Total Income: €78.5m

State funds: €6.7m

Donations: €70.1m

Salaries: €4.3m

National director (Kieran Murphy) €115-125k

Where money goes:

8% admin 92% charitable activity

Down Syndrome Ireland

Total Income: €2.86m

State funds: €165k

Donations: €2.59m

Salaries: €1m

CEO (Pat Clarke): €81k

Where money goes: 20% admin 80% charitable activity

Age Action

Total Income: €2.38m

State funds: €1.4m

Donations: €979k

Salaries: €1.49m

CEO (Robin Webster): €102,915

Where money goes: 15% admin & salaries 85% charitable activity

ISPCC

Total Income: €5.8m

State funds: €873k

Donations: €4.93m

Private grants: €694k

Salaries: €3.66m

CEO (Ashley Balbirnie) €144k

Where money goes: 17% admin & fundraising 83% charitable activity

Self Help Africa

Total Income: €9.46m

Institutional donors:

€6.95m

Donations: €1.98m

Salaries: €1.87m

CEO (Raymond Jordan) €99,220

Where money goes:

9% admin & fundraising 91% charitable activity

Barnardos

Total Income: €23.4m

State funds: €15m

Donations: €8.3m

Salaries: €16.1m

CEO (Fergus Finlay) €111,711

Where money goes: 12% admin & fundraising 88% charitable activity

Alzheimer Society of Ireland

Total Income: €20.3m

State funds: €14.35m

Donations: €4.9m

Salaries: €14.9m

CEO (Gerry Martin) €110k plus pension

Where money goes: 10.8% admin & fundraising. 89.2% charitable activity

Irish Wheelchair Association

Total Income: €50.7m

State funds: €44.5m

Donations: €6.1m

Salaries: €43.7m

CEO (Kathleen McLoughlin) €136,496

Where money goes: 2.9% admin 97.1% charitable activity

Plan Ireland

Total Income: €9m

Institutional Funds: €5.9m

Donations: €3.1m

Salaries: €810k

CEO (David Dalton) €90k

Where money goes: 11% admin & fundraising 89% charitable activity

ISPCA

Total Income: €2.3m

State funds: €1.72m

Donations: €579,845

Salaries: €1.47m

CEO (Noel Griffin): under €100k

Where money goes: 21.2% admin, rent & fundraising 78.8% charitable activity

Pieta House

Total Income: €2.3m

State funds: €348k

Donations: €1.96m

Salaries: €1.48m

CEO (Joan Freeman) €86,000

Where money goes: 20% admin & fundraising 80% charitable activity

Bothar

Total Income: €6.96m

State funds: €100,000

Donations: €6.86m

Salaries: €1.07m

CEO (Peter Ireton): €88k including benefits

Where money goes: 18% admin & salaries: 82% charitable activity

Christian Aid Ireland

Total Income: €8.08m

State funds: €4.1m

Donations: €3.97m

Salaries: €1.05m

CEO (Rosamund Bennett): £59,160 approximate equivalent to €70k including benefits

Where money goes: 9% admin & fundraising 91% charitable activity & campaigning

Irish Heart Foundation

Total Income: €5.04m

State funds: €384k (For co-funded Health Protection Prog)

Donations: €4.6m

Salaries: €1.84m

CEO (Barry Dempsey) €130k

Where money goes:

8% admin 92% charitable activity

Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind

Total Income: €3.9m

State funds: €852k

Donations: €2.7m

Salaries: €2.1m

CEO (Padraig Mallon) €85-100k plus pension & healthcare

Where money goes: 28% admin & fundraising 72% charitable activity

National Council for the Blind of Ireland

Total Income: €13.6m

State funds: €7m

Donations: €6.5m

Salaries: €10.5m

CEO (Des Kenny): €74,326

Where money goes: 4.5% admin and fundraising.

95.5% charitable activity

Barretstown Gang Camp

Total Income: €13.1m

State funds: €153,227

Donations: €10m

Salaries: €2.37m

CEO (Dee Ahearn):

Where money goes: 22.2% admin 77.8% charitable activity

Irish Cancer Society

Total Income: €20.896m

State funds: €96k

Donations: €20.8m

Salaries: €1.29m

CEO (John McCormack): €145k with company car, pension scheme and contribution to health insurance

Where money goes: 22% admin 78% charitable activity & campaigning

RNLI UK and Ireland

Total Income: €205.3m (UK and Ireland)

State funds: €163,715 (Irish)

Donations: €189m

Salaries: €67m

CEO (Paul Boissier): £134,249 (€159,600), based in Poole, Dorset.

Where money goes: 7.2% admin 92.8% charitable activity

LauraLynn

Total Income: €6.4m

State funds: €3.6m (for disability service only)

Donations: €2.8m

Salaries: €3.6m

CEO (Philomena Dunne): €98,867

Where money goes: 20% admin and operational 80% charitable activity

Irish Hospice Foundation

Total Income: €5.32m

State funds: €5k

Donations: €4.9m

Salaries: €1.75m

CEO (Sharon Foley): €95,776 plus bonus (€17,780)

Where money goes: 24% admin & fundraising 76% charitable activity

Amnesty

Total Income: €3.36m

Irish aid: €77,531

Donations: €3.28m

Salaries: €1.94m

Executive director (Colm O'Gorman) €110,099 plus pension

Where money goes: 29.5% admin & campaigning 70.5% charitable activity

Inclusion Ireland

Total Income: €617,020

State funds: €516,237

Donations: €783

Salaries: €467,867

CEO (Paddy Connolly): €75,000, 5% contributory pension

Where money goes: 8% admin 92% charitable activity

Autism Ireland

Total Income: €1.73m

State funds: €90k

Donations: €1.64m

Salaries: €973,752

CEO (Kevin Whelan): €78,973 plus pension

Where money goes: 40% admin, fundraising/ rent

60% charitable activity

Trocaire

Total Income: €59.4m

Institutional funds: €34m

Donations: €25.4m

Salaries: €10.3m

Executive director (Eamon Meehan): €125k plus car

Where money goes:

8% admin & fundraising

92% charitable activity

GOAL

Total Income: €61.5m

Institutional Funds: €57.7m

Donations: €3.8m

Salaries: €6.9m

CEO (Barry Andrews): €95k plus pension

Where money goes:

3.2% admin

96.8% charitable activity

Alone (Independent Trust)

Total Income: €1,050,389

State funds: €0

Donations: €717,225€

Salaries: €446,009

CEO (Sean Moynihan): €72,400 plus pension

Where money goes:

11% admin

89% charitable activity

Enable Ireland

Total Income: €39.76m

State Funds: €38.6m

Donations: €1.07m

Salaries: €37.2m

CEO (Fionnuala O'Donovan): €145,679

Where money goes:

7% admin

93% charitable activity

Cope Foundation

Total Income: €44.9m

State funds: €43.7m

Donations:€1.2m

Salaries: N/A

CEO (Colette Kelleher): €121,600

Where money goes:

20% admin & fundraising

80% charitable activity

DSPCA

Total Income: €3.3m

State funds: €165k

Donations: €1.98m

Salaries: €2.1m

CEO (Brian Gillen): €90k

Where money goes:

12% admin & fundraising

88% charitable activity

Simon Community

Total Income: €935,000

State funds: €85,000

Donations: €718,516

Salaries: €442,920

Head of National Office (Patrick Quinn): €85,000, pension contribution

Where money goes:

7.7% admin

92.3% charitable activity & salaries

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders Ireland (MSF)

Total Income: €1.76m

State funds: €909,000

Donations: €675,000

Salaries: €177,000

Director (Jane-Ann McKenna): €59,000

Where money goes:

16% admin & fundraising

84% charitable activity

CARI

Total Income: €738,167

State funds: €438,000

Donations: €300,167

Salaries: €570,000

CEO (Mary Flaherty): €60,000 P/T

Where money goes:

N/A admin

N/A charitable activity

Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People

Total Income: €2.1m

State funds: €450,000

Donations: €1.65m

Salaries: €549,430

CEO: N/A

Where money goes:

21% admin, building, energy & clothing

79% charitable activity

Concern Worldwide

Total Income: €143.4m

State funds: €93.8m

Donations: €30m (€11.8m Irish)

Salaries: €11.3m UK/Ireland

CEO (Dominic MacSorley): €99,000 and 9% pension contribution

Where money goes:

8% admin & fundraising

92% charitable activity

Focus Ireland

Total Income: €18.10m

State funds: N/A

Donations: €5.48m

Salaries: €11.68m

CEO (Joyce Loughnan): €125,000

Where money goes:

10% admin & fundraising

90% charitable activity

Oxfam Ireland

Total Income: €18.3m

Overseas grants: €2.9m

Donations: €15.4m

Salaries: €4m

CEO (Jim Clarken): €100k

Where money goes:

19% admin & fundraising

81% charitable activity

Brothers of Charity Services

Total Income: €175.8m

State funds: €163.9m

Donations: €450,850

Salaries: €149.8m

CEO (Johanna Cooney): €112-€128k

Where money goes:

7% admin & fundraising

93% charitable activity

World Vision Ireland

Total Income: €4.32m

Grants: €38,406

Donations: €4.28m

Salaries: N/A

CEO (Helen Keogh): €70-90k

Where money goes:

14% admin & fundraising

86% charitable activity

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