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Annual reports

A formal governance mechanism for charities is the annual report it must produce for the Charity Commission.

The Impact Report sets out:

  • our achievements over the past year
  • the impact of our work to drive social progress
  • our vision and plans for the future of the RSA

In this report you will find details of our activities for the year and summary financial information.

We hope this document will help you to understand our work and its impact. We welcome your feedback on the report. Please email us with any comments.

RSA Impact report 2016-17 (PDF, 4.5MB)

If you would like a printed version please email the Fellowship office or call +44 (0)20 7451 6826. 

The certified report of voting for the RSA AGM 2015 can be downloaded here (PDF, 164KB)

Past reports

Trustees' Annual Report, Financial Statements and Impact Report 2009-2010 (PDF, 309KB)

Trustees' Annual Report, Financial Statements and Impact Report 2010-2011 (PDF, 321KB)

Trustees' Annual Report, Financial Statements and Impact Report 2011-2012 (PDF, 9.2MB)

Trustees' Annual Report, Financial Statements and Impact Report 2012-2013 (PDF, 568KB)

Trustee's Annual Report, Financial Statements and Impact Report 2013-2014 (PDF, 530KB)

Trustee's Annual Report, Financial Statements and Impact Report 2014-2015 (PDF, 451KB)

Trustee's Annual Report, Financial Statements and Imapct Report 2015-2016 (PDF, 3.2MB)

Social, environmental and ethical considerations

The Trustees seek to avoid investing directly or indirectly in the financial assets of institutions known to operate policies or have objectives that are incongruent with the aims of the RSA.

The RSA’s investment funds are managed by CCLF as part of the COIF Charities Investment Fund who use a rigorous investment process including analysis of both financial and non-financial factors. The portfolio does not invest in companies engaged in landmine or cluster bomb manufacture or those with a significant involvement in tobacco, pornography or on-line gambling. These policies are supported by an active engagement programme which seeks to raise standards on a range of issues including human rights, employment practices and climate change disclosure. For more details please visit the COIF page of the CCLA Website.