Wiser Money News The purpose of this newsletter is to provide information on how to use your money wisely. Throughout the year we will provide advice and information on a wide range of money saving issues such as budgeting, saving, bank accounts, energy bills, mortgages, income maximization, shopping, and where to go to receive help with […]
Homelessness can compound current mental health, drug misuse and or alcohol abuse problems amongst young people. There is a significant connection between homelessness and leaving education, employment and or training. Young people struggle to find sufficient training schemes while claiming Jobseekers Allowance. The emphasis is on proving that you are looking for work, but young […]
Are you paying too much for water? Are you struggling to pay your current bill? Could you be paying less? Help is available. Most water companies have hardship schemes or other ways to help customers who contact them about water bill problems. There are various schemes in place: WaterSure, WaterSure Plus Other Customer assistance schemes […]
We are excited to announce new opportunities within our volunteer team! We are looking for dynamic individuals to fill the posts of Community Fundraiser and Marketing volunteer. If you think you fit our bill and want to apply, please click on the following links for more information: Gatewayer Reception / Administration Assistant Financial Capability Volunteer […]
There is a second election this spring, the Referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. This is a big decision that will affect your everyday life and the direction of the UK.
The London Legal Walk is back on Monday 16th May 2016 and we will be taking part! The walk raises funds for free legal advice agencies in and around London.
There are two important elections coming up in the next few months. The first is for a new London Mayor and the second is the Referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. Your vote matters so don’t lose it – have your say.
You may have noticed some changes at Citizens Advice Westminster. The Citizens Advice service has undergone rebranding, as have we. Read more for details!
There are two important elections coming up in the next few months. One for a new London Mayor and the other is a Referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. Find your nearest polling station!
Nine voluntary agencies in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham are delivering services to those who have suffered domestic abuse or related issues.