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Will you respond now to provide for the thousands who need our help?

Could set up a complete debt solution for a client

Could cover the creation of a basic budget for two clients

Could answer the phone to two people, offering help and advice

Will you respond now to provide for the thousands who need our help?

Will you respond now to provide for the thousands who need our help?

Will you respond now to provide for the thousands who need our help?

How will my donation be used?

Your gift will extend hope to thousands of people thrown into hardship by coronavirus. Here’s how:

£136

could get one client through to having a complete debt solution in place, ready to start on their road to becoming debt free.

£40.50

could cover the administration cost of setting up two clients’ plans so our expert teams can build their budget and begin work on their case

£23

could ensure we can answer the phone to two people, speaking hope into despair, giving valuable advice and help.

If you received our mailing in the post, you may have noticed that the amounts have changed. Your generosity blew us away, and we hit our target of £80,000 in just four days. This means not only can we provide at least 1,600 families and individuals with emergency aid, but we can make sure we’re ready to respond to the cries of those who need our help in the coming months.

We cannot take our foot off the pedal right now.

The financial impacts of coronavirus are going to be long lasting and, for thousands, this pandemic will be the tipping point into financial crisis.

We need to respond now to make sure CAP can be there for them when they call us.

Will you give today and bring hope to someone plunged into financial darkness by the coronavirus pandemic?

1 in 5

adults in the UK has less than £100 in savings.

38%

of our clients’ debt is priority debts like rent, Council Tax and utility bills.

1.4million

people have claimed for Universal Credit since mid-March – seven times the usual rate.

200,000

people have claimed JSA or ESA since mid-March.

2011

British household finances have reached their weakest point since November 2011.

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