Do the people you support need help and advice to save money?
Could they benefit from learning about practical ways of keeping their home warm?
Thanks to funding from The Sobell Foundation and The Henry Smith Charity, Surrey Community Action is helping people in need to access free information and advice on ways to save money.
We can offer practical sessions that make day to day budgeting easier to understand, and can provide advice on how to make personal and family finances go further and avoid scams.
The kind of things we could help with include;
- Fuel poverty and energy advice
- General family budgeting
- Scam awareness
- Living on a low income
Our advice is accessible and free to anyone in need, but we are particularly interested in reaching people on low incomes, older and vulnerable people and those with health issues.
Click here for a mental health and debt guide.
We also offer Warmth Matters advice sessions to help people better understand their fuel bills, find the best deals and identify other sources of help and support to avoid fuel poverty. Watch our video here.
If you would like to talk to us about running a free advice session, please contact David Carter on 07521 503696 or email email@example.com