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A message from John
After 25 years, John will be moving on from CAP this year
Free debt help in the UK
We’ll help you find you the best route out of debt, and walk with you every step of the way.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) provides free debt help and local community groups across the UK. Our free services, run with local churches, provide practical and emotional support and show people that there is always hope.
Struggling with debt or unemployment? Need some help breaking free from habits or learning new life skills? Enter your postcode to find out about the services we offer.
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Every working day we help people find a practical, lasting solution to debt and poverty. It’s possible because of incredibly generous supporters like you. Today, will you give and help bring hope to families across the UK? You could give a one-off gift, or become a Life Changer by giving monthly.
CAP are serious, highly professional, deeply committed and, above all, they will treat you as a human being of infinite value.
- Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury and patron of CAP
The service is local, personalised, long term, deals with debt and causes of debt, and is a great help for vulnerable and isolated clients.
- Extract from LSE's social value study
CAP are unsurpassed when it comes to the debt help they give people across the country. There’s nothing better to start you on the path to having more money in your pocket.
- Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert
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