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Denny & Dunipace Citizens Advice Bureau, SC004864
Registered charity from 30 March 1977
Charity Details
This shows the latest contact address that OSCR has been given for the charity.Address24 Duke Street
Denny
Stirlingshire
This is the latest postcode that the charity has supplied.PostcodeFK6 6DD
This shows whether the address supplied by the charity is their principal office or the address of one of the charity's trustees. Where the charity tells us that the address is a charity trustee's address, we must publish the name.Is the supplied address a principal office or a trustee address?Principal Office
Shown where the charity has supplied us with a link to its website.Websitehttp://www.dennyanddunipacecab.org.uk/
Charities are shown as Standard charities, Registered Social Landlords, or Cross-Border charities. These last two will link through to other Regulators’ websites, where you may be able to view the charity’s accounts.Regulatory Type Standard
This is the link to the lead regulatory body for this organisation.Link to Companies Househttps://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/
This personalised charity registration logo can be downloaded free of charge and used on the charity’s website, email signatures and publications.OSCR Registration Logo
These are taken directly from the charity's constitution. A charity's objects describe what the charity has been legally set up to achieve. They do not necessarily describe all of the activities the charity carries out in order to achieve these objects. Object:
Objects 4 The company has been formed to benefit principally the area of West Falkirk region (Denny, Dunipace, Banknock, Bonnybridge,Haggs, Larbert, Stenhousemuir and surrounding areas) (the “Area of Benefit”) with the following objects: 4.1 the advancement of education through (but not limited to) providing individuals with information, clarification and understanding of legislation and their legal rights and responsibilities; 4.2 the relief of those in need through (but not limited to) (i) assessing individuals’ entitlement to welfare benefits; (ii) providing assistance in claiming benefits; and (iii) assisting individuals to appeal against refusal of benefits; 4.3 the advancement of health through (but not limited to) providing a comprehensive advice service which seeks to address individuals’ problems and thereby alleviates the injury to health, stress and anxiety caused by unsolved problems; and 4.4 the advancement of community development through (but not limited to) recruiting, training and developing local citizens to be volunteers in and for the Bureau, who in turn assist members of the public within the Area of Benefit, and in doing so contribute to the development of the Area of Benefit. 4.5 The advancement of civil and human rights by ensuring that people do not suffer through ignorance of their civil and human rights and by taking such actions as are intended to redress the situation and redress wrongs and restore justice 5 The company’s objects are restricted to those set out in article 4 (but subject to article 6). 6 The company may (subject to first obtaining the consent of OSCR) add to, remove or alter the statement of the company’s objects in article 4; on any occasion when it does so, it must give notice to the registrar of companies and the amendment will not be effective until that notice is registered on the register of companies. 6.1 Where the objects are being promoted outwith the defined area of local benefit the Company may work with other organisations with similar aims but shall at all times adhere to the agreed principles for the operation of Citizens Advice Bureau set out from time to time by the Scottish Association of Citizens Advice Bureau. .
Details of the charity's operations
Current status of the charity.Charity Status: Active
When the charity last submitted a change in information.Last Updated: 07 May 2021
Whether the charity is a Trust, Company, Unincorporated Association, SCIO, Educational Endowment, Industrial & Provident Society or Statutory Corporation, the date it became that form, and any previous forms it may have had.Constitutional Form: Company (the charity is registered with Companies House)
This best describes how local or widespread the work of the charity is.Geographical Spread: Wider, but within one local authority area
This local authority area in which the charity is currently operating.Main Operating Location: Falkirk
The Charity and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act sets out 15 charitable purposes and one analogous purpose.Purposes: "The advancement of education","The advancement of health","The advancement of citizenship or community development","The advancement of human rights, conflict resolution or reconciliation","The relief of those in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage"
This lists which beneficiary groups the charity has identified as being the main focus of activities: children / young people, older people, people with disabilities or health problems, people of a particular ethnic or racial origin, other defined groups, no specific group or for the benefit of the community, other charities / voluntary bodies.Beneficiaries: "No specific group, or for the benefit of the community"
This sets out the types of activity undertaken by the charity from the following: it makes grants, donations, loans, gifts or pensions to individuals, it makes grants, donations or gifts to organisations, it carries out activities or services itself, it does none of these.Types of activty undertaken: "It carries out activities or services itself"
Annual Information Submission History
The end of the financial year for which accounts and information has been requested. Year End The gross income for the period. Income Expenditure Annual Return Received The date the return was validated by OSCR. Accounts Received The accounts available to view have had personal data such as signatures and addresses redacted (blacked out) to comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. The charity’s accounts are the responsibility of the charity trustees and any queries regarding the content of the accounts should be directed to the charity in the first instance. OSCR accepts no liability for the accuracy of the charity’s accounts nor any decision based upon them. Latest Accounts
31 Mar 2017 £173,185 £167,371 17 Nov 2017 Yes
31 Mar 2018 £174,196 £151,844 18 Dec 2018 Yes
31 Mar 2019 £180,268 £156,748 04 Dec 2019 Yes
31 Mar 2020 £204,733 £222,663 22 Dec 2020 Yes Published accounts can be found on the Companies House website
31 Mar 2021 No Annual Information due by 31 Dec 2021
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