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Our impact

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Our impact across the UK. 

Poverty destroys lives. It robs people of joy, hope and opportunities. That’s why we’ve been advocating for, and supporting people experiencing debt and poverty since 1996.

20,000+
people have become debt free since 2010 
8,000+
people have made a response to Jesus since 2010 

CAP’s impact across the UK

Poverty is ruthless. But we won’t sit back and let it destroy lives. So we’re equipping UK churches to take on debt and poverty in their communities. And lives are being transformed.

I’ve found so much love, support and understanding.’

Seeing my kids happy again, that’s like winning the lottery.’

I can move forward with my life now.’

Going debt free happened so quickly I still can’t believe it.’

We’re campaigning relentlessly for change. For those that need us now, and for generations to come.

Join us. Together, we can turn our belief into action and end poverty for all.

Our impact in 2022

16,246
people were helped through CAP 
1,946
people became debt free 
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1,831
people were provided with emergency support 

Our latest annual report

Our policy and research work

Our policy and research team campaign and publish research to change policy and advocate for people in debt and on low incomes.

Some of our recent successes include:

  • Ensuring access to affordable debt relief for thousands
  • Ending unfair prepayment meter charges
  • Reducing the debt deduction rate for low income households

Latest policy and research updates

Find out what we’ve been working on lately

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Visit our YouTube channel for more stories of lives changed!

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Ruth holding a sign that reads 'There is so much need. I'm at my limit.'
Ruth, Co-Debt Centre Manager

We urgently need your support to reach every person in poverty.

Ruth holding a sign that reads 'There is so much need. I'm at my limit.'