Telford CAP Debt Centre
A CAP Debt Centre is not a place but a process.
Do you want to see lives transformed?
Or to be a part of someone’s salvation story?
Whatever your gifting, personality or skills set there are ways that you too can be part of this Christ-centred mission to end UK poverty, bringing HOPE to those hurting in your community by:
- Giving financial support
- Volunteering your time
For donations to CAP Telford:
Click on the yellow box below OR:
Account Name: P C C All Saints (spaces between letters is important)
Sort code: 30-99-27
Account Number: 00006531
Reference CAP followed by your surname
CAP Telford is resourced by All Saints Wellington –
Registered Charity, no 1140711
For GIFT AID please email Rita email@example.com or Liz firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone in debt who needs help call 0800 328 0006
For any enquiries contact the Debt Centre Manager Jane Preston email@example.com
The CAP Debt Centre is supported by a partnership of churches; St John’s, Muxton, All Saints, Wellington, Telford Central Parish and Dawley Baptist. Other churches around the town also provide financial and volunteers’ support.
Link to the Cap Website https://capuk.org/ and facebook https://www.facebook.com/CAPuk/?fref=ts
Christians Against Poverty is a charity founded in 1996 to reach out to the poor in our communities chained in poverty by unmanageable debt.
The Debt Centre in Telford was opened in 2015 by a partnership of 4 local churches, All Saints Wellington, St. John’s Muxton, St. Mary’s and St. Leonard’s Wombridge and Central Telford Churches. It is funded by local churches and the Christian community.
We are called to be alongside CAP clients bearing witness to God’s love, bringing hope, change and new life. CAP seeks to offer an holistic service, with compassion and without judgement , for clients to become debt free. It provides them with guidance, support, practical assistance as well as moral support to lessen isolation, depression and to feel valued. The Centre is supported by a team of volunteers in various roles. Volunteer befrienders provide practical and sustainable assistance until clients become debt free as well as a link to churches to facilitate, where requested, those seeking a means of exploring or knowing more about the Christian faith.
Is God calling you to be alongside those in need in our community?