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- Announcing our new patron: the Archbishop of Canterbury
Thursday, 16 April 2015
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 some time to encourage Justin via his Twitter account - @JustinWelby.
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 free money management course in their areas. Representing 30 new churches, they will join over 800…
George Osborne unveiling his 2015 budget is a good reminder for us to revise ours. One of the big changes announced by the Chancellor will benefit UK savers. This is great news - if you are in a position to save. This month, grab a calculator and see how you can make your money go further. Adjust your budget - If your idea of savings is whatever fell…
- 300 people have found paid work through CAP Job Clubs!
Thursday, 12 March 2015
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, CAP Job Clubs is reaching people whose confidence and self-worth has been destroyed. We offer practical…
- Prime Minister learns more about the work of CAP
Friday, 27 February 2015
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 Witney in Oxfordshire. The pair later had 15 minutes together where he explained that Chipping Norton…
We’re over the moon to announce that, once again, we’ve been named as one of the UK's best places to work! We scooped 2nd place in the 'Sunday Times Best 100 Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For 2015'. Matt Barlow and John Kirkby won the 'Best Leader Award', with unbeaten scores of 97% for running the organisation on sound morals and 94% for…
Did you know that when you make a donation to charity, your brain acts in a similar way to when you are having sex or eating chocolate?...It’s true! According to scientific research activity in the brain shows a link between giving money to charity and experiencing pleasure. Further studies have also discovered that people who spend more of their…
Poverty looks set to be a major issue among Christian voters at this year's General Election, a new survey has revealed. With nearly a quarter of Christians (24%) still undecided which way they will vote, the majority were certain that poverty and inequality were the most important issues facing the UK. The 'Faith in Politics?' survey carried out…
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