wORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE FINANCIAL LIVES OF PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES IN NOTTINGHAM
Community Dialogue | High Level Strategic Commitment | Independent, Cross Sector Group | Hub & Spoke Model | Measuring Impact
Nottingham Financial Resilience Partnership is a partnership of all those organisations in the city who have a role in supporting people’s financial wellbeing. We are from every sector. The work focusses on tackling debt, low income, access to banking, tackling high cost credit and improving access to more affordable credit, supporting saving, financial education and financial capability. Additionally, we work with those tackling food poverty and with work on affordable warmth.
We are working together to tackle these issues in Nottingham and to improve people’s financial resilience for the longer term.
With nearly eighty people in attendance, from all sectors across the city, Nottingham Financial Resilience Partnership held a conference on tackling the impact of COVID-19 on people’s financial well-being in the city.
The event, held via Zoom, included key presentations, workshops and a Panel session which concluded with commitments from Panel Members to be taken forward. We will be following up on these and reporting more on progress in December.
To download the “Tackling the impact on people’s financial well-being in Nottingham of COVID-19″ PDF click here: https://www.nottinghamfinancialresilience.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Conference-report-2.pdf