Our impact

Our service literally saves lives. It keeps families together, relieves stress, restores health, keeps families in their homes, provides friendship and can connect people to church and to the God that loves them.

A picture of debt in the UK

48% of people with debt fear losing their home

23% said debt caused their relationship to breakdown entirely

65% of people with debt sacrificed meals

36% of people seriously consider or attempted suicide because of debt

34% were prescribed medication due to the negative effects of debt

78% of people with children said debt affected their ability to adequately provide for them

75% said debt negatively affected their relationship

55% visited their GP due to the negative effects of debt

Our impact

2,642 people went debt free last year

11,508 people attended a CAP Money Course last year

1,475 members attended a CAP Job Club last year

12,812 families helped by our CAP Debt Centres last year

376 found work through a CAP Job Club last year

27,292 calls made to our 0800 number last year

605 number of churches partnering with CAP

7,250 new clients visited in ther homes last year

1,867 clients made Christmas withdrawals from their savings

Your impact

CAP is a family made up of staff, volunteers and supporters. We can only give hope and change thousands of people's lives when everyone plays their part. We need you to join in today so we can open more debt help centres to turn debt and despair into hope and new life for thousands more people.

Would you give a monthly gift today?

Latest news and blogs

CAP honoured with Decade of Pioneers Award at Collections & Customer Service Awards 2016

CAP was one of five in the Credit Industry to be honoured for its work over the last ten years.
News | Friday, 25 November 2016

Making Christmas meaningful

This year, let's put aside the tree, tinsel and TV adverts for a minute and just remember what Christmas is all about.
Blog | Thursday, 24 November 2016

Black Friday - what’s the real deal?

Black Friday can be a lot of fun, but there are some important questions to ask yourself before parting with your cash.
Blog | Tuesday, 22 November 2016

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