Useful Links

Covid-19 Resources & Support

The Money Advice Service - guides and collated information to support people during the pandemic.

Money Saving Expert - constantly updated Coronavirus guides with need-to-knows on the financial fallout of the pandemic.

Step Change - debt and coronavirus advice, including online and phone support.

Just Finance Foundation - free online facilitator training for their Covid Cash Course, for churches, community leaders and groups to provide key information and resources.

The Mix - support for under 25s, coronavirus guides created in partnership with MyBnk.

Surviving Economic Abuse - Coronavirus resources, including spotting the signs of economic abuse (a type of domestic abuse) during the pandemic.

Quids In! - an online Corona-Finance guide to help and support low income households.

Online Resources for delivering Financial Capability

Young People Focused

Children & Family Focused

MyBnk Family Money Twist - online home based learning for children aged 5 - 14

NatWest MoneySense - resources for children and youth aged 5 - 18

Get Set - resources for parents of children aged 7 - 11

Life Savers - financial education programme for primary schools, giving children the knowledge, skills and attitudes to manage money well

Adult Focused

MSE’s Academy of Money - an online financial-education course provided jointly with the Open University.

Learn my Way - Make Money Work - online course and resources

Mary Ward Legal Centre - money skills resources for people who have English as a Second Language (ESOL)

Organisations which provide Financial Capabilty Resources and Training

Useful reference websites

Dad Info - providing peer to peer support, resources and advice for Dads at all stages of the parenting journey

Entitled To - comprehensive welfare benefits calculator

Turn2us - helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits and charitable grants

On 1 April 2014 the FCA became responsible for the regulation of consumer credit in the UK. From that date any firm (including non-profits) or individual that provides debt counselling to consumers must be authorised by the FCA.

This link to the FCA Handbook PERG17.7 will help you to determine if your activities constitute debt counselling (individual specific advice about 'a' debt) or if it is just providing information and support.

Organisatons which provide free debt advice

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