Don’t bury your head…  Talk money

Release offers training, guidance and information to educate and equip people with the crucial life skill of managing their finances and making informed choices.  This includes practical help with budgeting and related support.  Release provides money education (financial capability) training to front-line workers to help build their confidence and increase their knowhow on supporting and sign-posting clients and training to all sections of the community.

Keith Tondeur, Officer of the  Order of the British Empire (Birthday 2010 Honours List) for Services to Financial Education has very kindly accepted our approach to be patron of the charity.

Release Financial Charity (Release) thanks the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) for generously donating us £5,000 from the Coronavirus Emergency Fund.
This will help us continue to support local people (especially in the District of Bolsover) during this pandemic.
People will be supported in all aspects of personal money matters and related issues. If you or someone you knows is struggling to make ends meet, worried about lack of income, what actions creditors may take, etc., please contact Release.

This donation from CAF will help Release to keep going and adapt our services to operate remotely. Thank you CAF for your generous donation.

This article gives an overview (12 minutes) of what life is like in the District of Bolsover. It includes interviews with local people and front-line workers.

This article (10½ minutes) gives an overview of Budget Buddies (a 1-to1 mentoring/coaching initiative, utilising local people to support others). Elastic FM interviewed the CEO of Release Financial Charity.

This article (4 minutes), an excerpt from Bolsover TV is an inverview with the CEO of Release (Paul Stears) explaining how those struggling with money problems can find suitable solutions.

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