MONEY SKILLS ARGYLL
Money Skills Argyll is a three year, £3.75 million project which is joint funded by European Social Funds and the Big Lottery. It will focus on achieving an increase in disadvantaged participants with improved money management skills; and a decrease in disadvantaged groups affected by debt as a barrier to social inclusion. A collaboration of 9 partner agencies including Bute Advice Centre, Argyll & Bute CAB, HELP, ACHA, Argyll Networks, Kintyre Youth Services, Carr Gomm and ALIenergy, will offer services including income maximisation, debt advice, money management advice, money advice, energy issues advice and basic IT literacy training.
More information regarding Money Skills Argyll can be found in the following ways:
Facebook: Money Skills Argyll
Agencies can make referrals or individuals can refer themselves for support using:
For information regarding the
European Social Fund:
Click on the ESF logo above.
For information regarding Big Lottery:
Click on the Big Lottery logo.