Covid-19 update: Although our  sessions have stopped, we’re offering advice via email and telephone. Contact us for more information: email or call 07521 503 696.

Our Money Matters project offers information on budgeting and saving money and advice on how to make your money go further.

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How we can help

We know it can be daunting, but talking about money can be the first step to getting support and dealing with any money worries you may have.  The Money Matters project can help you to take that first step, support you in getting the help you need and help prevent things from getting out of control.

The kind of things we can help with include:

  • Talking to small groups on subjects such as saving money, saving energy and about scams and how to avoid them
  • Budgeting and help with your spending
  • Understanding energy bills
  • Helping with charitable grant applications to clear energy debts
  • Signposting and making referrals to further specialist support

We know that money worries can cause anxiety and feelings of embarrassment, guilt or anger. Sometimes it can feel like there’s no simple solution but there’s always hope.  We help hundreds of people every year to get the help they need and learn ways to cope better.

Click here for a mental health and debt guide.

Our service is

  • Free
  • Confidential
  • Sympathetic – you’ll never be judged

If you have money worries or are experiencing financial difficulties then there is plenty of help available.  Click here for a list of advice organisations.

Are you scam savvy?

Click here to subscribe to scam alerts or watch this video from Friends Against Scams.

We also offer Warmth Matters advice sessions in the autumn to help people better understand their fuel bills, find the best deals and identify other sources of help and support to avoid fuel poverty.

If you would like to talk to us about running a free advice session, please contact David Carter on 07521 503696 or email

The Money Matters projected is supported by The Sobell Foundation, The Henry Smith Charity and Tesco Bags of Help.

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