Access To Business – Supporting people with disabilities, or health issues and personal barriers preventing their development. They provide intensive 1-2-1 support and group sessions to improve the lives, skills, opportunities, and wellbeing.
Carmarthen Youth Project – Building young people's self-worth by providing opportunities to learn skills in Digital and Financial literacy which it is widely assumed they have but many young people are missing.
CHAS Bristol – In collaboration with Talking Money, the charities are piloting a project to help parents attending Children’s Centres with a range of financial and digital literacy issues.
Code Your Future – Training some of the most deprived members of society to become web developers and helps them to find work in the tech industry.
Create – Helping prisoners become financially empowered by filling a gap in the provision of financial training, using the creative arts to explore finance in a stimulating, interactive way.
GYROS – Providing multilingual money and debt advice on a 121 basis and deliver ESOL embedded group sessions improving digital competence and financial literacy.
Headliners – Enabling young people to understand and use various financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and understanding how saving money can aid their personal security.
Journey Enterprises – Supporting people with complex learning disability to have the knowledge and skills to be able to understand their money (income), to be able to handle their money safely.
Key Unlocking Futures – Delivering services in homelessness schemes like peer mentoring programme to encourage financial skills development while providing temporary housing for women and children.
Leadership Through Sport & Business – Working with low-income young people who have faced disadvantage affecting their ability to secure, retain, and sustain employment.
Micro Rainbow – Supporting newly granted refugees to gain or increase employability, digital and financial skills and to have better access to digital and financial infrastructure.
Paddock Community Trust – Offering low-income individuals and families from deprived communities the opportunity to overcome digital poverty and gain better access to employment, training, and improved digital skills.
QED Foundation – Working with ethnic minority communities to provide: ESOL, IT, digital inclusion, integration, orientation, citizenship, community cohesion, health, literacy/numeracy, and employability.
Race Equality First Limited – Providing advice and advocacy through a combination of remote and face-to-face services, delivering training in basic budget and financial management, financial welfare checks and digital education.
SALTBOX – Digital Inclusion & Internet Café Project” enabling Saltbox’s Money Matters to hold in-person/virtual workshops providing in-house and community digital coaching.
Share Community Limited – Supporting adults with learning disabilities and their families to increase their financial and digital skills, access new opportunities, and increase their wellbeing.
Social Action for Health – Supporting people from BAME backgrounds experiencing multiple layers of social and economic disadvantage and health inequalities, made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
Staffordshire Women's Aid – FITS for the Future programme will teach digital and financial literacy skills to women at risk of, living with or recovering from domestic and sexual violence.
Street League – Helping disadvantaged young people gain confidence and qualifications for the world of work. The charity delivers a mixture of sports and employability skills training.
University of Atypical – Helping disabled Artists to work and secure income. Developing programme of digital and financial skills development closely connected to the artists professional career development.
Willowacre Trust – Empowering communities digitally and financially. comprehensive digital inclusion and money advice within our communities to reduce the inequalities caused by exclusion.