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INTRO


#TOYOURCREDIT

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INTRO


#TOYOURCREDIT

 
 

The Just Finance Foundation will develop and implement the Archbishop of Canterbury’s continuing vision of creating a fairer and more just financial system.

It will oversee LifeSavers and the Just Finance Network (Church Credit Champions Network), the core programmes initiated by the Task Group on Responsible Credit and Savings..

 The Archbishop of Canterbury’s interventions on payday lending and credit unions have placed the Church at the heart of the struggle for a more just financial system. The establishment of the foundation will help to embed the practical responses to his call within the broader life and mission of the Church and  act as an umbrella organisation for the Church of England’s continuing work on promoting financial inclusion.   

 
 

Big Picture


THE BIG PICTURE

Big Picture


THE BIG PICTURE

 
 

Payday loan companies have attracted widespread criticism for making large profits from lending at very high interest rates to people who are financially vulnerable. But, the rise of payday loans is also a symptom of wider problems with our economic and financial system.

 
 
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The Church?


WHY THE CHURCH?

The Church?


WHY THE CHURCH?

 
 

Credit and debt issues are not a Biblical side-show, they’re absolutely core to the grand story of the Bible and the Christian faith, starting with Moses and the liberation of the Israelites from debt slavery in Egypt. Engaging on issues of money and debt in our community is not just a good thing to do, it’s a fundamentally Christian thing to do.