Austen Ivereigh made £52,288 from Catholic Voices in 2012
Blogged by James Preece on 8th October 2013
Nice work if you can get it...
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012 FOR CATHOLIC VOICES
Dr A Ivereigh
Rev P C Jamison
Miss L L Crowley
C J Morgan
The charity has an Executive Committee comprising two trustees, Austen Ivereigh (chief executive) and Jack Valero (treasurer), and two consultants, Kathleen Griffin and Eileen Cole, who acts as media co-ordinator.
The charity also has an unpaid chaplain, Fr Stephen Wang.
Income for the year was £167,247 and came mainly from donations (£104,093) and training charged (£61,504).
Expenditure was £147,268 giving a net increase in funds for the year of £19,979.
Two of the trustees, Austen Ivereigh and Jack Valero, are members of the Executive Committee and were paid fees of £34,988 and £13,987 respectively for their services and in addition were paid £17,300 and £8,300 respectively for providing training services. These two trustees charge for organising events, carrying out research and briefing speakers, providing training and maintaining the Media Monitor. They do not charge for speaking on behalf of the charity, attending any of the Academy meetings or trustee meetings or for carrying out their duty as trustees. Their fees were £350 per day for services to Catholic Voices and £500 per day for external training services, and these were benchmarked against fees charged by third party consultants to the charity.
A quick bit of adding up on my fingers would suggest that Austen Ivereigh pulled in £52,288 for his work with Catholic Voices last year. Not bad going. Meanwhile my blog actually costs me money to run in hosting fees. I'm clearly doing something wrong.
The question remains of course, where did they get £104,093 from? Who is funding them? Who is putting out the cash required to give Austen his platform for condom use as Catholic pastoral practice?