Surrey Community Action’s Money Matters Project is launching a new free, informal and impartial budgeting course available via Zoom.
For the last two years, the Money Matters Project has provided help and support to Surrey residents to help them manage on low budgets and heat their homes for less as well as advising people how to access specialist support. Our new course helps people to make the most of what they’ve got and explore options for saving money.
The course is delivered on the Zoom platform and is available flexibly so it can be accessed at various times to fit around people’s existing commitments.
While the course is aimed at individuals that may be struggling with their household budget, anyone can attend.
What does the Money Matters course cover?
The course is made up of three sessions which cover key aspects of budgeting, ways to prepare a budget and what you can do to help make your money stretch further. You can choose to complete one session or all of them, and all sessions are available to groups or to individuals.
Session take place on:
Tuesday 8th December
Tuesday 19th January
Thursday 11th February
Thursday 11th March
All sessions run from 2pm. While the sessions are aimed at individuals that may be struggling with their household budget, anyone can attend.
We are also running a series of virtual drop-ins for people to find out more:
Thursday 28th January
Thursday 25th February
Thursday 25th March
David Carter from Surrey Community Action says: “These budgeting sessions can help people develop to a level of financial independence and build confidence. Our aim is to offer more informal sessions like these for anyone that wants more control of their financial situation.”