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Camphill Community Clanabogan

  • Income

    £1.8M

  • Spending

    £1.7M

  • Status

    Up-to-date

Charity no. 101781 Date registered. 28/05/2015

Public benefits

The direct benefits which flow from this purpose include: vulnerable adults with learning disabilities have safe, secure and suitable accommodation and workplaces with the requisite level of professional care and support; the range of care and support services ensures reduced levels of anxiety for those experiencing ill health, disability, old age

or other disadvantage which continually promotes independence and choice. Families of our residents are free from stress in the knowledge that their loved one is looked after in our community. These benefits will be evidenced by: Residents choose to live and be part of the community; Regular feedback is received from the residents, their families and independent evaluation and inspections; Announced and unannounced inspections are carried out by RQIA, the Designated Person and other regulatory bodies; Each resident contributes to their individual care plan as do their family and health Professionals. No harm is envisaged through our activities. The charity’s beneficiaries are people with a learning disability Learning Disability, Brain Injury, Autism, Physical Disability, Sensory Needs, Mental Health, Dementia. Re private benefit - Our beneficiaries are those adults who have a learning disability, Brain Injury, Autism, Physical Disability, Sensory Needs, Mental Health, Dementia and who are assessed by professionals and by their guardians as benefiting from the care we offer. We encourage parents and guardians to be trustees, and one parent of one of our residents is a trustee. Some of the carers who live in the community are also Directors. Apart from these private benefits which are incidental and necessary, there are no private benefits.

What your organisation does

Camphill Community Clanabogan lies on 152 acres (52 hectares) of lands in the beautiful rolling countryside of Co. Tyrone, 4 miles (6 km) from the town Omagh. It began in 1984 and now over 80 people live there in 6 households, some large, some small. In this therapeutic life sharing community, adults who have learning disabilities live and work

together with co-workers and their children. Co-workers join Clanabogan as volunteers and do not receive wages, their material needs being met by the community. In all aspects of life and work, mutual agreement is the basis of a committed and responsible involvement. In this environment every person is recognised as an individual. Although some have disabilities which present difficulties, each one is a valued member of Clanabogan Community and of the human community. Camphill Communities try to foster everyday life in as normal a way as possible; holidays and birthdays, Christmas and Easter, summer and harvest, all the high points of the year are shared, together with personal joys and sorrows, failures and achievements. Clanabogan is in a rural setting but all life's experiences are present for those who live there. They belong to the wider community around them too and participate in local events, cultural, social and recreational, and visit friends roundabout. Likewise, friends and neighbours are welcome visitors. Running expenses are financed by Government agencies responsible for the welfare of people with special needs. New houses are financed by The Craigowen Housing Association. Help with other capital projects comes from funds raised by Camphill Clanabogan, and through the Camphill Communities Trust NI fund raising department.

The charity’s classifications

  • The advancement of health or the saving of lives
  • The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage

Who the charity helps

  • Learning disabilities
  • Mental health
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory disabilities

How the charity works

  • Accommodation/housing
  • Arts
  • Community development
  • Counselling/support
  • Disability
  • Education/training
  • Environment/sustainable development/conservation
  • Volunteer development
  • Welfare/benevolent

This display is a broad summary of the charity’s financial information. For a full understanding of the charity’s finances, the reader should view the PDF accounts and reports under the Documents tab above.

Income

£1.8M

Spending

£1.7M

Charity accounts & reports for financial year end 31 January 2019

Independent examiners report Charity accounts Trustee annual report

Charity accounts & reports for financial year end 30 January 2018

Independent examiners report Charity accounts Trustee annual report

Charity accounts & reports for financial year end 30 January 2017

Independent examiners report Charity accounts Trustee annual report

Charitable purposes

To relieve and advance the education of the mentally handicapped by the establishment and maintenance in accordance with the Principles referred to in the Schedule hereto (hereinafter called "Principles") of Villages for mentally handicapped persons from school leaving age upwards at which such persons will as workers in a sheltered occupation become skilled in agriculture and in various light industries of a productive nature and enjoy the benefits of a private family life in all its aspects.

Governing document

Constitution

Other name

Camphill Community Clanabogan
  • 11 Trustees
  • 35 Employees
  • 20 Volunteers

Contact details

Public address

  • Camphill Community Clanabogan, 15 Drudgeon Road, Omagh, County Tyrone, BT78 1TJ

Trustee board

Trustee
Trevor Alcorn
Mr Peter Archdale
Dr Michael Mccavert
Mr Patrick Deas
Mr Martin Sturm
Dr John Moore
Mr Kieran Matthews
Mrs Diane Stevenson
Angela Colhoun
Mrs Una Davey
Mr Gietu Thomas

List of regions

  • In Northern Ireland
  • Fermanagh And Omagh District Council