King George Bootle Community Credit Union

Project Summary:

The project's mission is to address the financial exclusion faced by many in the locality, by encouraging regular saving, provision of affordable credit and access to services run by other partners for example EAGA / Warm Front. Developing a service that delivers a crisis intervention fund and facilitate a network of partners that can offer services such as referrals to Warm Front, Family Support, identify fuel poor families and measures that will eradicate fuel poverty. To increase incomes, strengthen the local economy and build confidence in the local communities.

Expected Number of Individuals: 300

Expected Number of Households: 200

Trustees Meeting: 01 March 2007

Funding Amount Approved: £58,323

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