At Carecent in York, which provides breakfast for homeless and vulnerable people, Michael Webster says Universal Credit made his difficult situation even worse
Church Action on Poverty is helping women in disadvantaged neighbourhoods to build livelihoods by setting up Self-Reliant Groups – and the project is up for an award from the Aviva Community Fund. You can vote for us to get support and make a difference to more people!
The Fair Funerals campaign has launched a new call to tackle funeral poverty. Campaigns manager Heather Kennedy explains how you can help.
One Universal Credit recipient tells how the new system led to homelessness.
Adam Spiers, a student at Durham University, is currently a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago – and he has chosen to use his pilgrimage to raise funds for Church Action on Poverty. We invited him to tell us why.