Christians Against Poverty is a national organisation which gives practical help to people struggling with bills and debt. There’s a local course starting in Alresford, but I know several families who have been really helped by the organisation-so it’s worth seeking help if you are feeling overwhelmed.
If you prefer to sort it out with the CAB- the Citizen’s Advice Bureau, it’s a slightly different process-but I am very encouraged by those who have used CAP to help them too- it seems to work well, and support you, whilst running down the debts as quickly as possible. It’s tough- but a huge relief…
So if you think you’d like to know more about how to manage those bills, see below!
Together in Alresford are running the Christians Against Poverty ‘Money’ course at 7.30pm on Wednesday evenings at the Methodist Church in Alresford.
The Money Course is a financial management course, empowering people to fight debt and poverty before they hit.
The CAP (Christians against Poverty) Money Course isn’t religious. It helps debt-proof people long term through spring-cleaning finances, revisiting how to set/stick to budgets.
Money coaches Clare Pinniger and Suzanne Hodnett said “We aim to work quietly and practically so people take control, plan and weather storms. New year’s ideal as so many of us look at post-Christmas bills in sheer disbelief”.
Runs over 3 consecutive Wednesdays: 30th Jan, 6th and 13th Feb, 7.30pm, Methodist Church; contact email@example.com for details.
This link will explain more about the Course. https://capuk.org/i-want-help/courses/cap-money-course/introduction
Please do contact 07943 888450 or register through the CAP website on https://capuk.org/i-want-help/courses/cap-money-course/find-your-local-courseor email firstname.lastname@example.org