Tag: financial health

Financial Health Fellowship: Final Evaluation

Toynbee Hall and The Financial Innovation Lab have revealed the final evaluation of the Financial Health Fellowship, which uncovers the programme’s impact and lessons for the future. Following on from the initial Rapid Assessment we shared last December, the External Evaluator, Damon Gibbons (Director, Centre for Responsible Credit), has published a final evaluation of Financial…
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Short Changed – New report calls for a bank account for every young Londoner

London Assembly launch a new report, looking at the financial health of Londoners. Yesterday at City Hall, The London Assembly launched a new report titled Short Changed: the financial health of Londoners which looks at why many Londoners are finding it hard to access quality and affordable financial services despite London being a leading global…
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My Internship at Toynbee Hall

By Chloe Rutland Chloe Rutland shares her thoughts on why her Financial Health Communications and Research Internship has been a useful experience. Did you know that there are still 1.5 million people in the UK without a bank account? Or how difficult it can be to attain a current account with a UK high-street bank,…
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Money worries in the work place – How better financial and mental health support is needed in the workplace

By Sian Williams and Carl Packman Today (Monday 10th October) is World Mental Health Day, a worldwide event which aims to promote education, awareness and advcacy of mental health related issues. To mark this global event, Sian Williams (Head of National Services) and Carl Packman (Research and Good Practice) wrote this blog for the Money…
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More people are seeking debt advice but many are still struggling to stay afloat

By Carl Packman, Research and Good Practice Manager Toynbee Hall’s Research and Good Practice Manager Carl Packman, takes a look at what’s behind the numbers coming out of the latest publications on debt. Figures published last week by PayPlan revealed that the average UK borrower struggling with debt owes nearly £17,000. This week debt advice…
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