8.5 million people in the UK would struggle immediately if their income
were to stop
A financially inclusive society ensures those who are in work are able to manage their wages and those out of work are able to effectively budget their benefits.
We believe that everyone should have equal access to financial services and be supported to develop basic financial skills, enabling them to manage their money, regardless of income, age or circumstance.
Providing advice on budgeting skills and dealing with debt through the Money My Way financial management learning programme.
We are determined to work towards a vision of full financial inclusion for our local community, through our help from our lovely volunteers (qualified money mentors) and staff at our centre (and online learning).
Money Management Skills and financial knowhow helps obtain housing, freedom & regain self-esteem that stands battered by the experience of their homelessness
Helping residents to maximise household income through welfare and benefits advice
Facilitating access to affordable credit and budgeting advice, enable access to online banking and financial services.
Helping to reduce fuel poverty
Sign posting or referral to Bonny Downs Debt Advice service and or other Debt advice providers
Helping to sustain those in low paid employment by removing financial barriers.
Getting to grips with a computer, laptop and mouse
Using the internet, online forms and email
Job hunting online