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Christian’s Against Poverty (CAP)
CAP are on a mission to release thousands of families from grinding poverty through award winning debt counselling and community groups. By equipping and empowering local churches to reach out on their doorsteps, they are bringing hope to over 21,500 families every year.
As well as CAP Debt Help, they now help people step into employment through CAP Job Clubs, help people get control of their habitual dependencies through Fresh Start and a brand new service, CAP Life Skills, to equip people to live well on a low income.
Their vision is to bring freedom and good news to the poor in every community through a nationwide network of CAP projects.
CAP support in out diocese:
CAP Life Skills and Money Course are running in Bromyard. The Life Skills course topics include: budgeting, cooking on a budget, savvy shopping and relationships.
CAP Job Club is available in Leominster.
Alternatively you can call Christians Against Poverty to find out about one-to-one deb advice and support via their phone line and volunteers. Tel: 0800 328 0006 or visit their website www.capuk.org