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Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

CAPs Vision Statement:

‘Freeing people from the miserable grip of UK poverty. Always through the church. Always hope’

CAP at SPRINGFIELD CHURCH

Since 2015, Springfield Church has worked in partnership with Christians Against Poverty, (CAP).

Transformed lives. Thriving churches. An end to UK poverty. This is CAP’s vision for the world we want to see and a vision we share.

We are committed to working with CAP, addressing some of the causes of poverty and debt in our local community.

The cost of living crisis means that even more people are struggling to manage their money and pay their bills. But poverty is not just about money. It also affects relationships, as well as physical and mental health.

At Springfield we run Life Skills Groups and Money Coaching groups.  Both are free.

  Life Skills Group

Join our friendly community group and gain skills to lift the pressure of low income life. The group is free to attend and lunch is provided.  As well as sharing tips on saving money, we will have time to learn a new fun skill, cook a meal together, explore nutrition, and try some taste testing.

This runs from Monday 10th June for 6 weeks from 12-2.30pm at Vanguard Community Centre, Roundshaw SM6 9JL

Contact Gwen Blackburn – Email Gwen or phone: 07305 270903 to book your place or get more information.

Money Coaching

Managing your money, whether you have loads, or struggle to make ends meet, doesn’t have to be a pain.  Learn the skills to make it simple. Coaching groups at Springfield are free, friendly, and confidential. (We can also offer personalised coaching)

Contact Jean Grima by clicking the button at the bottom or phone 07910 878883 to book your place or get more information.

You can also visit the CAP website to find help if you are in debt, need help to find a job or find other local Life Skills Groups and Money Coaching. Visit capuk.org

If debt is weighing you down, CAP can help.  Use Freephone 0800 328 0006

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FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CAP

Visit the CAP website here to find out more, to make a donation, or more importantly, to get some help for yourself or someone you know.