Constraints on the money advice sector, the prevalence of high cost credit and the stigma that stops us talking openly about money, are all barriers to building financial resilience. Many people don’t know where to turn or who to trust.

Our resources are designed to equip community based organisations, places where people already gather for friendship, support and help, and the staff or volunteers that provide these services, help individuals and communities take positive steps towards addressing their financial wellbeing.

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If YOU ARE struggling with debt

Please call the National Debtline on 0808 808 4000

Our Programmes


Cash Smart Credit Savvy

Cash Smart Credit Savvy (CSCS) is an acclaimed training programme for delivering budgeting skills and saving advice.

UC SAVVY

UC Savvy is a short course designed to help people understand and negotiate some of the complexities of Universal Credit.

Lifesavers

LifeSavers is a financial education programme for primary schools, helping children learn to manage money well.

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When you're supporting someone who is worried about money it can be difficult to know where to start. The Money First Aid Kit is a tool providing quick access to key resources and links to organisations that can offer advice and tips for talking about money.

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From links to debt advice organisations to tips on saving, we have a wide range of resources that can help you provide support and build financial well-being.  The following sections provide useful links, tools, tips and resources on a range of issues including: Supporting those in Debt; Universal Credit; Responsible Finance; Talking about Money; Budgeting and Saving; Theology and Money; Working with Volunteers.  If you're not sure where to start why not try our Money First Aid Kit?

SUPPORTING THOSE IN DEBT


Universal Credit


Responsible finance providers


TALKING ABOUT MONEY


Budgeting


Saving


God and Money


Money and mental health


Working with others


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