THE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WITH EPILEPSY CHARITABLE TRUST
Activities - how the charity spends its money
Established in 1897 the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy is a national charity that is the UK's major provider of services to children and young people with epilepsy and associated learning, emotional and behavioural difficulties. The Trading Name, Young Epilepsy, launched in Nov 2011, reflects our ambition to reach as many of the 112,700 young people with epilepsy, as possible.
|Donations and legacies||£1.19m|
|Other trading activities||£0|
£0 investments gains (losses)
Total income includes £23,287,000 from 34 government contract(s)