The national OCD charity, run by and for people with lived experience of OCD
Through the publishing of our annual review and accounts, OCD-UK is committed to providing an open and transparent review of our work and finances.
Our annual report provides us with the opportunity to present to you, an overview of our yearly achievements, a transparent summary of our income and expenditure, and how we have worked to try and make positive change in the lives of children and adults affected by Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
You can read our latest annual report, including our financial statements for the year ending December 31st 2019 by clicking the image below.
The Annual Report contains statements from our Chair, Catherine Mills and Chief Executive, Ashley Fulwood and their outlook for the year ahead. It also includes our income and expenditure, information on our governance, structure and management and our audited statement of financial activities. Our accounts are a requirement of the Charity Commission, and have to be independently audited each year, and we are delighted to report that our latest set of audited accounts for the year ending 2018 were once again credited by our independent accountant to be in good financial shape in terms of reporting and preparation.
We are indebted to the support of Eric O’Connor and Jon Gosden from Nicholson Tax & Accounts, Derbyshire for independently reviewing and the preparation of our annual accounts. Prior to that to Mr Owen Hamnett up until 2012 and to Steve Collings of LWA Accountants for preparing our accounts since 2013 until 2016.
You can also read our annual accounts and reports from previous years below.
|Financial Year End (FYE)||Income||Spending||Surplus or Deficit||Accounts||Annual
|31st December 2019||£137,479||£113,344||+£24,135||View||View|
|31st December 2018||£88,263||£102,164||-£13,901||View||View|
|31st December 2017||£80,978||£92,595||-£11,617||View||View|
|31st December 2016||£81,099||£90,925||-£9,826||View||View|
|31st December 2015||£125,012||£102,398||+£22,614||View||View|
|31st December 2014||£116,359||£135,487||-£19,128||View||View|
|31st December 2013||£118,188||£92,857||+£25,331||View||View|
|31st December 2012||£105,840||£89,648||+£16,192||View||View|
|31st December 2011||£68,686||£74,094||-£5,408|
|31st December 2010 (13 Months)||£78,109||£72,280||+£5,829|
|30th November 2009||£61,954||£74,741||-£12,787|
|30th November 2008||£81,483||£67,392||+£14,091|
|30th November 2007||£50,188||£58,337||-£8,149|
|30th November 2006||£70,637||£58,839||+£11,798|
|30th November 2005||£52,813||£46,185||+£6,628|
|30th November 2004||£18,425||£14,001||+£4,424|
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