Share this page: 

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.

We hope you'll be encouraged as you take a look at a few examples of the impact CAP is making across the UK!

Alan Scott, Lead Pastor, Causeway Coast

Find out what others are
saying about CAP

David Cameron, former UK Prime Minister

CAP has an impressive record of helping people get debt free and stay debt free.

Find out what others are
saying about CAP

600

CAP Services run in partnership with a local church

Martin Lewis, money saving expert

Find out what others are
saying about CAP

27,292

Calls were made to our freephone helpline last year

8,115

Families were visited by a CAP Debt Coach last year

Prince Charles, HRH the Prince of Wales

CAP is fantastic, I came across its work a few years ago and what they have done is staggering

Find out what others are
saying about CAP

John Varley, Former Group CEO, Barclays PLC

The story of what Christians Against Poverty has achieved is at once remarkable, inspirational and humbling.

Find out what others are
saying about CAP

Alan and Jeanie’s story

More stories of lives changed

28,000

Life Changers support our work by giving regularly

1,312

People have found work through CAP Job Clubs

64

CAP Life Skills groups run in partnership with local churches

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

Find out what others are
saying about CAP

21,500

People were helped through one of our services last year

293

CAP Debt Centres run in partnership with local churches

Latest news and blogs

For the future

Teaching our young people about money is crucial, so how do we do it?
Blog | Monday, 22 May 2017

Offline and shut out

CAP's new report highlights the difficulties people face when they don't have access to the internet.
Blog | Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Five reasons to sort out your will now

Making a will isn’t morbid, it’s important.
Blog | Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Sign up for our weekly emails

It looks like it's the first time you've visited the CAP website.
The cookie settings are set to 'allow all' to give you the best experience and help us maintain the site. If you continue without changing these settings, you consent to this.