Tuesday June 2, 2020

Irish Society for Autism had €530k surplus in 2014

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

17th July, 2016

The Irish Society for Autism, which had three residential centres taken over by the HSE last week, recorded a surplus of €530,000 in 2014.

The charity had reserves of more than €5 million, according to accounts filed with the Companies Registration Office.

The charity refused to disclose details of its executive remuneration last week, and declined to provide copies of recent annual reports, saying “everything we wish to publish is on our website”.

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