*FREE* Money Counts Training for Cornwall: a cash first approach to food insecurity

The Cornwall 'Worrying About Money?' leaflet is a straightforward resource for people facing financial crisis and support workers to quickly see available cash first support options and which local agencies are best placed to help. Now more than ever, it is vital that people facing money worries are linked to cash first advice and support at the earliest opportunity.

This online training session is designed for frontline staff and volunteers in Cornwall who may have brief conversations with people about their money worries or financial struggles as part of their work. BOOK HERE

After the one-hour session you will:

  • be fully aware of the local financial advice and cash first support options currently available in Cornwall
  • feel confident about using the Cornwall 'Worrying About Money?' leaflet to ask people about wider money worries and guide them to appropriate support
  • understand more about the importance of a 'cash first' approach to growing food insecurity and poverty

This training session will be led by Abby Preston of the Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN) with contributions from the Trussell Trust and a local advice agency.

You can find out more about 'Worrying About Money?' cash first referral leaflets at www.foodaidnetwork.org.uk/cash-first-leaflets. You can order free hard copies of the leaflets and any other alternative versions here.

If you have any questions about this Cornwall Money Counts training session or if you face any difficulties signing up to attend, then please contact Abby Preston at abby@foodaidnetwork.org.uk.

Information collated through Eventbrite for Cornwall 'Money Counts' training sessions will be processed by the Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN). This data may be shared with local partners in relation to the organisation of this local training session only. You can read IFAN's privacy statement here: www.foodaidnetwork.org.uk/privacy-statement. If you have any questions about this please contact IFAN at admin@foodaidnetwork.org.uk.

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