The Church Times (7/9/18) reports on reactions from campaigners to the demise of Wonga including Frank Field MP, Citizens UK and JFF.
‘Today we are seeing the result of the much-needed tougher financial regulations starting to bite.’
One man’s mission needs to become a movement, says Rowena Young.
60 organisations gathered in Wolverhampton in May 2018 for the first Just Finance Black Country Summit.
Becca Menzies from Transforming Notts Together has been running UCSavvy courses across the city to help community organisations.
It’s really engaging and motivating for people to work through budgeting challenges in a supportive social environment.
Read our Case Study of LifeSavers at Worksop Priory Church of England Primary School, Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
This isn’t momentum for the sake of momentum, it’s about changing lives and communities. It’s about making finance fair for all.
Regulation alone is not enough, says Hector Sants — and there is a crucial part for the Churches to play.