With the support of our key partner over the last ten years we have encouraged and supported all Citizens Advice Bureaux in England and Wales to get involved in providing financial education in their local communities. We have worked together to establish what works and share our experience with policy-makers and partners.
Prudential have underpinned our work through their substantial long-standing investment. They have also encouraged and supported us to engage with other significant investors. They have helped us deliver a wide range of projects that help bureaux set up and deliver financial skills training to hundreds of thousands of people in their communities.
Other current partners
Barclays Money Skills ‘champions’, a peer education project designed to build the financial knowledge and capability of young people.
The Horizons programme assists lone parents by providing expert information, advice and practical support on financial matters.
Train the trainer courses and London delivery pilot.
Social housing research project, groundbreaking research into the impact of financial skills training on social housing tenants.
Bureau to bureau grants to develop a mentoring scheme between clusters of bureaux. Regional forums that cover the whole of England and Wales, delivering effective partnership working.
British Gas, EDF Energy, E.ON, npower, ScottishPower, Scottish and Southern Energy
The Energy Best Deal campaign to raise awareness of how to make energy savings and how to get help with paying bills
- Anglian Water Trust Fund
- Bank of America Foundation
- Basic Skills Agency
- Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)
- Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
- Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)
- East of England Development Agency (EEDA)
- Friends Provident Foundation
- HBOS Foundation
- HM Revenue & Customs
- J P Morgan Foundation
- Money Advice Service
- Office of Fair Trading (OFT)
- Rayne Foundation
- Severn Trent Trust Fund