Date(s) - Friday, 26th May, 2017
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Community Room, Tesco Extra
Together Canterbury, the Diocese’s Joint Venture with Church Urban Fund, is taking part in a national evaluation funded by the Money Advice Service to build evidence about the best ways to help people manage their money.
Together Canterbury will run CashSmart:CreditSavvy ‘Training the Trainer’ sessions for churches and others in the Diocese to help people talk about money and enable them to share their knowledge with others.
Keith Berry, Together Canterbury Development Worker, helped create the course. “Money affects all parts of our lives and our choices, but there is little teaching about how we should use it. Jesus spoke about money more than anything else, except the Kingdom,” he said.
“Training the Trainer sessions enable people from churches, local charities and community groups to be able to teach other people how to budget. We give people the tools and resources for free so that they can go out into their own community.”
There are two courses planned, in Ashford on 26th May and in Dover on June 30th.
Bookings are closed for this event.