Derbyshire County Council

The Money House has been supported by Derbyshire County Council’s Children’s Services Team, who have covered the cost of the programme for care leavers across the county. We are also supported to cover travel costs for young people by the Public Health teams in High Peak and Erewash, without which transport would be unaffordable. 

Derbyshire County Council website

Nat West Skills & Opportunities Fund

Through their Skills & Opportunities Fund, NatWest have provided The Money House with funding to get the project off the ground.  

Find out more about the Fund

Foundation Derbyshire

Foundation Derbyshire have funded the cost of the programme for ten non-care leavers from across the county.  

Find out more about them here.

Chesterfield Borough Council

The Money House takes place in a real flat which we rent from Chesterfield Borough Council, who also support the project by visiting us at lunchtime to talk to young people about the registration process, tenancy agreements and how to access further help should they run into difficulties with their tenancy in the future.  

Chesterfield Borough Council website

Chesterfield Citizens Advice

Chesterfield Citizens Advice support the project by visiting us at lunchtime to talk to young people about their Money Advice Service and the wider support and advice they can offer should the young people run into problems in the future.  

Chesterfield Citizens Advice website

Severn Trent Water

Severn Trent support the project by visiting us at lunchtime to talk about the Big Difference Scheme and the support they can offer to help people on low incomes to buy white goods for their new home.  

Big Difference Scheme

Derbyshire Community Bank

Derbyshire Community Bank support The Money House by visiting the young people at lunchtime to talk about how they can help young people budget, save and access affordable credit.  

Find out more here

Derbyshire Law Centre

Derbyshire Law Centre support the Money House by visiting us at lunchtime to talk about how they can help young people with advice on housing and debt issues, especially how they can access a Personal Navigator and the ‘Money Sorted’ project which provides one to one help with finances and debt management. 

Go to their website

Action

Action have supported the project since the pilot programmes, referring young people from their 'Sustainable Tenancy Project' and working closely with us to raise awareness of the project with referral agencies.  

Find out more about Action

Framework

Framework Housing Association have supported the project since the pilot programmes, without them the pilots may not have been possible. They also refer young people from their service and they work closely with The Money House to raise awareness of the project with referral agencies. 

Framework website