Christians Against Poverty –
St Gabriel's runs a Christians Against Poverty Centre, where we seek to help people in our local community manage their money well and get out of debt.
Manage Your Money, Live Your Life
What is CAP?
Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counseling charity with a network of 150 centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth debt counseling service.
CAP aims to show God’s love in action by providing sustainable poverty relief through debt counseling, advice and practical help. CAP’s unique ‘hands on’ approach empowers people to help themselves out of poverty and be released from the fear, oppression and worry generated by overwhelming debts.
CAP is an award-winning charity and is recognised within the finance industry. This means that councils, utilities and mortgage companies work with CAP because they have seen the results of their involvement. They know CAP offers fair repayments based on what you can afford.
The service provided by CAP is free, and is available to anybody whether or not they are a Christian, through our CAP centre.
CAP Money – The free money management course
As part of our partnership with CAP we will be regularly running the CAP money course. CAP Money offers delegates teaching on good money management skills, budgeting tips, and overall advice on how to curtail expenditure. The course is open anyone, whether they are Christian or not.
The course runs over four weeks. Our CAP Money courses run from time to time on Monday evenings at 8.00pm.
If you are interested in attending our next course, then please contact our CAP Money Team here.
Our CAP centre manager is Sophia Ajani. For more information on the CAP centre at St Gabriel's, and the service we offer please contact Sophia here.
If you are interested in attending a CAP Money course, please contact us on email@example.com
Christians Against Poverty website - http://www.capuk.org/
CAP Money website - http://www.capmoney.org/
Christians Against Poverty national freephone enquiries line 0800 328 0006