The aim is to look at new ways to tackle child poverty aimed at targeting the three main drivers of Child poverty, the cost of living, maximising entitlement to generate income from social security benefits and income from employment.
If you would like to see one of our FISO Advisers, and you have a child at one of the following schools:
Primary Schools: Anderson Primary, Oakgrove Primary, Our Lady of Peace Primary, Sandaig Primary, St Pauls Primary
Secondary Schools: Govan High, St Thomas Aquinas, Bannerman, Hillpark, Hillhead, Kings Park, Knightswood, Smithycroft, St Andrews.
How to access this service
You need to be referred by another organisation A professional at your school.
A referral form is required and can be completed online
Note: this service is only for women
Offering Women and their families support to improve their financial wellbeing.
Cranhill Development Trust (CDT) is an integral part of its community in, responding successfully to the needs of Cranhill G33 area since 2002, we support around 1800 people annually.