Delivered by MyBnk
Note: this service is only for young people
  • Benefits advice

Financial education for young people aged 7-25 years

The Money House

The Money House helps young people in, or about to move into, independent housing manage their money and maintain their tenancy. A directly delivered and accredited financial literacy programme aimed at preventing youth homelessness.

Sessions take place in a kitted out flat where our trainers teach real life skills for the real world. At The Money House there are no lectures or classroom environments. Interactive games and activities involve young people in every aspect of their learning.

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