Our Funding

YogaMobility relies on five key sources of income:

  1. The class fees that we charge for attending our specialist classes
  2. Fundraising activities such as fayres, garden parties, raffles etc.
  3. Proceeds from gigs by the awesome Funky Love Posse who donate all the money that they raise.
  4. Voluntary donations from the many individuals and organisations that support us
  5. Income from a range of grant-making trusts.

Class fees

YogaMobility works hard to keep class fees to a minimum as we are aware that a a sizable number of our beneficiaries would be deterred from attending classes if fees rose too far.  This said, in 2012 we raised the price of attending a class from £3.50 to £5.00 so that we could maintain the service offered to beneficiaries.

  • In 2012/13 YogaMobility received £5,902 in class fees
  • In 2011/12 YogaMobility received £4,948 in class fees
  • In 2010/11 YogaMobility received £4,283 in class fees

Voluntary donations

YogaMobility are grateful to the many individuals and groups who make voluntary donations in support of our work.

  • In 2012/13 YogaMobility received £6,280 in voluntary donations
  • In 2011/12 YogaMobility received £10,041 in voluntary donations
  • In 2010/11 YogaMobility received £4,088 in voluntary donations

YogaMobility are particularly grateful to the members of the Funky Love Posse (a 14 piece band made up of disabled and able-bodied musicians) who donate all of their performance fees to the charity.

Income from grant-making trusts     Millennium Stadium CT Logo

YogaMobility receives grants from a range of funding bodies that support the work that we do. Some of the grants listed below supported our costs over more than one year.

  • In 2015/16 we received £15,920 from the following:
    • £2,000 from Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund
    • £1,980 from Boshier Hinton Foundation
    • £2,300 from the Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust
    • £500 from Sainsbury’s Welsh Community Trust
    • £8,640 from the Sobell Foundation
    • £500 from The ACT Foundation
  • In 2014/15 we received £12,460 from the following:
    • £4,980 from Awards For All Wales
    • £500 from the Oakdale Trust
    • £1,980 from the Gregg’s Foundation
    • £5,000 from Santander Foundation Community Plus
  • In 2013/14 we received £7863 from the following:
    • £3,373 from The People’s Postcode Lottery
    • £3,000 from the The Yapp Charitable Trust
    • £990 from the Co-operative Community Fund
    • £500 from Sainsbury’s Welsh Community Trust

We are particularly grateful to these bodies for the support that they give.