Get Christmas wrapped up early, says debt charity
DEBT charity, Christians Against Poverty (CAP), is calling for local people to start preparing for the festive season, rather than relying on costly credit.
DEBT charity, Christians Against Poverty (CAP), is calling for local people to start preparing for the festive season now, rather than relying on costly credit in December.
Hundreds of churches through the UK, including a team from Ebenezer Church in Horfield, are teaming up with CAP to offer free short courses over the next month to help members of the local community set up a household budget.
Susie, who will be leading the course, said: “Our last minute thinking sometimes results in desperate buying in December and this costs us all more in the end. What we’re saying is, let’s take charge and have the Christmas we can afford, without the stress.”
The 'CAP Money Course' now helps more than 10,000 people a year across the UK gain control of their finances with a cash-based system supported by flexible on-line tools.
It is available for everyone and is suitable for all ages and situations.
The course will take place at 7.45pm on November 17, 24 and December 1 at Ebenezer Church, 286 Filton Avenue, Horfield, BS7 0BA.
To book your place on this FREE course, visit: www.ebe.org.uk/capmoneycourse or email: firstname.lastname@example.org