COVID-19
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, The Money Charity have taken the difficult decision to go into furlough, meaning the office is closed, staff are not available by phone or email, and all activities are on hold for a short period of time.

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For Covid-19 financial guidance, go here
On behalf of everyone at The Money Charity, we wish you and your loved ones health and safety during this challenging period, and we look forward to working with you again later in the year!

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The Money Charity Update on Covid-19

Updated 13/05/2020 Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”) situation, The Money Charity Senior Management Team and Board of Trustees have taken the difficult decision to temporarily pause (or ‘furlough’) the charity and its work.

Our News 13th Mar

Latest News

The Money Charity Update on Covid-19

Updated 13/05/2020 Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”) situation, The Money Charity Senior Management Team and Board of Trustees have taken the difficult decision to temporarily pause (or ‘furlough’) the charity and its work.

Our News 13th Mar

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The Money Stats – March 2020 – Portrait of a Pre-Crisis UK

March 2020’s Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity, are released from a place significantly different to anything the majority of us will ever have witnessed before, and almost certainly unlike any previous period for which this report has existed. 

Covid-19 Signposting

With the Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”) situation developing rapidly day by day, it can be hard to cut through all the noise and opinion out there to find reliable, thoughtful and perhaps most importantly, impartial guidance. Below are links to some of

The Money Charity Update on Covid-19

Updated 13/05/2020 Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”) situation, The Money Charity Senior Management Team and Board of Trustees have taken the difficult decision to temporarily pause (or ‘furlough’) the charity and its work.