Staff wages the main cause of £45,000 loss at GSPCA
Wednesday 2nd January 2013, 5:00PM GMT.
GUERNSEY’S largest animal welfare charity made a loss of £45,000 last year, its accounts have revealed.
The GSPCA spent more than £380,000 on staff wages and States insurance in 2011, £40,000 up from 2010, but its voluntary income amounted to only £231,428.
Its coffers were boosted by £296,000 received through boarding income.
Manager Steve Byrne said the expertise of the shelter’s staff was key to its success.
‘I think inevitably any charity of this size requires experienced, knowledgeable trained staff who are reliable and care.
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