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Run for Turn2us this February and April!

09 Feb 2022

Whether you enjoy running, cycling, swimming or just taking on any physical challenge, there are lots of way to fundraise for Turn2us in 2022. Be sure to book now as time is running out to register your place!

Money Guider Network - England

20 Jan 2022

Quaker Social Action blogs about this free learning and development community of money guidance professionals, the charity has developed in partnership with the Money and Pensions Service.

Remembering Lionel Blair

Remembering Lionel Blair

12 Dec 2021

A message about our patron, veteran actor, dancer and entertainer Lionel Blair on his birthday, 12th December.

Life Events and Financial Insecurity

Life Events and Financial Insecurity

23 Nov 2021

Our new research is a significant step in understanding the impact of life events on people’s finances, how they cope, and what measures they need to support them.

Turn2us responds to the Budget 2021

Turn2us responds to the Budget 2021

27 Oct 2021

Thomas Lawson, Chief Executive of Turn2us responds to the latest Budget.

 Turn2us launches new brand identity

Turn2us launches new brand identity

25 Oct 2021

We are revealing a new brand to represent our purpose and offer our support to even more people affected by financial insecurity while also tackling the symptoms and causes of poverty.  

Latest research on Universal Credit cut

Latest research on Universal Credit cut

28 Sep 2021

On the 6th of October, Universal Credit is set to be cut by £20 a week. Our latest research shows this is going have a huge impact on people's ability to afford bills, rent and food.

Scotland Low Income Pandemic Payment

Scotland Low Income Pandemic Payment

20 Sep 2021

Extra support for anyone in Scotland who was getting Council Tax Support/Reduction in April 2021

Summer Holiday Support for Families

Summer Holiday Support for Families

27 Jul 2021

Find out what help is available, depending on where you live in the UK