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Tackling Money Worries (TMW) programme


Grant Funding Programme 2014-2018


This programme is designed to focus on improving outcomes for low-income families with children facing a change in their circumstances which places them at higher risk of debt and money problems.

The programme focusses on achievement of priorities of the Scottish Government and the Money Advice Service (MAS).

The projects contribute to the following aims:

Projects focus on tackling the unmet debt and financial capability needs of low income families affected by one of the following key life events:

Projects will assist families dealing with the crisis need for debt advice and also to carry out financial capability work that can prevent families falling into debt in the future. There are 16 projects funded through the Tackling Money Worries Programme.

 


The grant funding powers within the Legal Aid (Sc) Act required SLAB to prepare plans to be approved by Scottish Ministers for the purpose of giving grants. You can read the plan for this grant funding programme which gives some further details about the funding programme.


If you have any questions about the Tackling Money Worries programme, please contact us by email or telephone:

Policy and Development
0131 240 1892

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