Money Advice Service



Salford Foundation have successfully secured funding through the Money Advice Fund “What Works Programme” to deliver financial capability workshops and 1:1 money management advice across Greater Manchester Women’s Centres.  The pilot will run for 15 months and will be evaluated by Salford University.

The project is designed to improve the financial capability of vulnerable women with multiple and complex issues. Support and advice are available to improve their financial situation by income maximisation, covering debt strategies, setting up affordable payment plans, insolvency support, grant applications and improving financial capability awareness.  

The pilot will be delivered within the safe environment of the Greater Manchester Women’s Centres as it is recognised that women often lack the confidence to approach mainstream services or to disclose their financial difficulties.

We chose to support this group as highlighted in the Financial Capability Strategy for the UK, which states “ that people in financial difficulties are more likely than average to be women, living on low incomes and experiencing health issues”.

For free and impartial money advice please see The Money Advice Service website

FCA Reg. No.: 675175


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