The need to be cost-conscious has never been greater and yet, due to a lack of time and resources, many organisations throughout the UK are eroding their hard-won profits by paying over the odds for their essential business overheads. Auditel delivers effective cost and purchase management to a range of clients throughout the UK. Read on to find examples of savings we've made...
Although founded back in 1866 to fight the cholera epidemic in London, Mildmay is better known for the work it has been involved in caring for people with HIV for more than 20 years now.
Framework is a homelessness charity, based in Nottinghamshire, providing housing, support, training, care and resettlement services to thousands of homeless and vulnerable people in the East Midlands, Lincolnshire and parts of South Yorkshire.
LOST Youth Theatre Company was founded in 1979 at the London Oratory School before moving to Fulham in 1982. In 1999 redevelopment work at Fulham Broadway forced it to move out and it remained a ‘homeless’ travelling theatre until 2009 when in that December it moved into a new complex on the Wandsworth Road.
Situated just minutes from the heart of Leicester city centre, the Peepul Centre is a unique and inspirational social enterprise, providing a multi-purpose venue for the local community. Facilities and services provided at and by the Peepul Centre range from civil weddings, conferences, exhibitions and events to an Ofsted inspected nursery, a gym, theatre, restaurant and bar.
The Children’s Trust is a national charity providing care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and acquired brain injury (ABI). Formerly a branch of Great Ormond Street Hospital it was established as an independent charity in 1984.
Farnham Maltings is a multipurpose arts and community centre set in the heart of Farnham in Surrey, attracting more than 350,000 visitors a year. The centre caters for a whole range of arts and community events, ranging in scale from local mums and toddlers groups and book readings to international beer festivals, major comedy tours and live theatre, music and dance events. Recent big name stars who have appeared at the Maltings include Lee Evans, Michael McIntyre and Arthur Smith, while at the other end of the scale the centre also provides space for community events and local artists, jewellers and silversmiths.
Owned by JenCare Homes Ltd since 2000, 17th Century Asmall Hall is a 56-bed private care home with a staff of 102 employees, set in 5 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland, near Ormskirk, Lancashire.
It caters for elderly people requiring nursing or residential care, as well as younger people with physical disabilities.
There is also a separate, secure unit for clients suffering from Dementia.
Papworth Trust is a charity and registered social landlord based in Cambridgeshire working with people with disabilities across the East of England and London.
The Trust provides a range of services to around 19,000 disabled people to ensure they have more equality, choice and independence in their lives and operates in five areas: Employment & Rehabilitation; Empowerment; Housing & Built Environment; Learning for Life and Work and Personal Support.
Established in 1992 in Newport, Isle of Wight, The Earl Mountbatten Hospice is the only hospice on the island and cares for over 800 patients facing life threatening conditions every year.
The Hospice’s aim is to provide the best quality of life to their patients and their families – medically, spiritually and holistically. They have an In-Patient ward, Day-Care and Out-Patient units and a Hospice@Home team.