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Thursday, 30 April 2015

CAP phone team member and Anglican Gareth Thompson has been helping twitter users to see the inside view of what we do here at head office. From Monday April 27 to Sunday May 3, he is tweeting under the heading of @OurCofE, an account that gets passed…

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Announcing our new patron: the Archbishop of Canterbury

We are really excited to announce that Archbishop Justin Welby has chosen to become a patron of Christians Against Poverty! Watch the video to find out more about what he thinks about CAP and why he decided to support our work in this way. Please take…

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Friday, 27 March 2015

Even more money managers!

This weekend, over 100 passionate individuals are set to learn all about how they can help prevent debt and poverty in their local communities. Tomorrow our CAP Money team is in Watford training these brand new money coaches to go out and deliver CAP's…

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Since launching just two years ago, CAP Job Clubs has seen a staggering 300 people find paid employment. That's 300 lives lifted from the misery of unemployment, and given fresh hope and a future. With the average person out of work for over two years,…

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Prime Minister learns more about the work of CAP

Keen to publicise his new church debt centre, a rector arranged to meet with his local MP – who happened to be David Cameron. The Chipping Norton Benefice where the Reverend James Kennedy serves is within the Prime Minister’s constituency of…

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