Charitable Basis

The charitable objects of the The Paristamen CIO are

  1. The advancement of the Christian faith
  2. Any other charitable purpose not inconsistent with (1).

This means we can potentially support almost any type of charitable work, but see the grant-making pages for our priorities.  We are a charitable incorporated organisation – registered charity in England and Wales no 1155665.  We are also a registered charity in Scotland no SC048961.

Our annual report and accounts are prepared to 31 March each year – the trustees’ report includes full details of grant making policies and the accounts show the list of grants made.  The report and accounts are generally filed with the Charity Commission and (from 2019) with OSCR around July/August.  Copies of recent annual reports and accounts are also available below.

Sources of funds and affiliations. FRSBThe charity does not have a permanent endowment, but makes grants from donations received.  At present the charity has only a small number of donors although a legacy in 2014 increased our resources and enabled us to extend our grant-making considerably – see our news page for details.  However, we are pleased to receive other donations which would enable us to extend our grant-making activity.

acf_logo_screenWe are also active members of the Association of Charitable Foundations and are keen participants with the Scottish Grantmakers and we have also had significant involvement with the Yorkshire Grant Makers’ Forum.

We currently have three charity trustees:

  • Professor Gareth G Morgan (Chair)
  • Mrs Sharon L Morgan (Admin Trustee)
  • Mr Peter Gorbert

Al three trustees have a wide range of interests in the voluntary sector.  All grant-making decisions are taken by the three trustees together – trustees’ meetings generally take place three times a year in February, June and October.

Recent Annual Reports and Accounts   (PDFs generally approx. 15 pages)


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