The Money Charity is the UK’s financial capability charity. We can provide speakers and quotes for tv, radio or in print. We are happy to talk about financial education, money more generally, and debt.

Our latest press releases can be found below:

Latest Figures Paint a Positive Picture for UK Unemployment

Today the UK’s leading financial capability charity The Money Charity releases its Debt Statistics, giving an overview of the financial situation in the UK.   UK unemployment figures are exhibiting positive signs across the board, with rates falling proportionately amongst multiple

Student Loan Payments Hinder Good Money Management

  -        Current student loan payment plan does not benefit UK students -        The Money Charity’s bid to tackle problem with financial education -        e-petition launched asking the Government to enforce the change: SIGN HERE   The UKs leading financial

Renters in trouble as personal debt hits new high

Renters in trouble as personal debt hits new high   Today financial capability charity The Money Charity releases its Debt Statistics, giving an overview of the financial situation in the UK.   The latest figures highlighted by The Money Charity indicate

The Money Charity Launches

Leading UK Financial Capability charity changes its name purchase microsoft office 2010 We are thrilled to unveil our new name and corporate brand; The Money Charity. The launch includes a vibrant new logo, website and social platforms that reflect the

Leading UK Financial Capability charity changes its name

26th September 2013 – Credit Action, the UK’s leading financial capability charity, today announced that it will be changing its name to The Money Charity. Effective from 14th October 2013, the name change seeks to better reflect what the organisation

Banks write-off lowest amount of loans for over 6 years

4th September 2013 – financial capability charity Credit Action releases its Debt Statistics, giving an overview of the financial situation in the UK. In the 12 months leading up to July 2013, UK Bank and Building Societies wrote-off £3.67 billion of