Money worries

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a national award winning charity releasing people from a life sentence of poverty, debt, and unemployment.

Martin Lewis - Money Saving Expert. "When people are the most desperate and need most help - the place I send people to is CAP, because it works."

In the diocese we work in partnership with CAP to provide CAP Debt Advice Centres/Job Clubs/Life Skills  at Penge ; Bromley; Erith/Thamesmead; Dartford; Medway; and Gravesend. 

CAP are passionate about releasing people from a life sentence of poverty, debt, unemployment and addiction. Working with the Church they bring good news, hope and freedom to people in the UK. 

debt crisis for those needing Debt Advice

CAP Job Clubs help people step into employment  

CAP Life Skills helps people manage on a low income.

CAP Release Group helps beat addictions.

Crosslight  is an independent charity working to combat debt across West Kent from its centres in Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells:

Community Money Advice (CMA) 

Community Money Advice is free face to face money advice, reaching anyone in need with unconditional, quality advice from form filling to personal insolvency.

We have a CMA Centre in Chislehurst;   020 8467 6715

To discuss partnership working with these agencies or for further information please contact Caroline Clarke  @communitycaro   01634 560000 

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