Christians Against Poverty Information Day

A successful Christians Against Poverty Information Day was held recently in Ballymena Baptist Church. Ballymena Baptist at 18 – 22 Mount Street is the centre for the local Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Ballymena team.

CAP is an award winning debt counselling charity. It has a proven track record of helping people in difficult financial circumstances. Also their services are offered free! They are much in demand as the levels of personal debt continue to grow across the nation.

Various organisations were invited to attend the Information Day to promote their agency and the work that they do. Also it gave them the opportunity to find out more about the work of CAP. Those in attendance included Slemish Credit Union, Samaritans, St Vincent de Paul, Active Listening, and Ballymena Credit Union.
CAP has the potential to be instrumental in helping people in our community escape the misery of uncontrolled debt and addiction.

Christians Against Poverty Information Day
CAP Centre Team: Lorraine McAllister, John Bellingham, Alison Chestnutt, Cherith McNeilly, Sandra Houston, Jackie Cranston, Diane Thompson & Val Roebuck

A successful Christians Against Poverty Information Day was held recently in the Ballymena Baptist Church. CAP Ballymena are here to help if you are struggling with debt.

Valerie Roebuck, Manager of the CAP Centre in Ballymena, commented.
“If you are feeling weighted down by debt, then we can help. You may think your situation is impossible, but there is hope. Our friendly team will give you a listening ear and provide a practical solution to your debts. Call us today on 0800 328 0006 and begin your journey to becoming debt free.”

Click here if you would like to get in touch with the CAP Ballymena team. Also if you would like to see more of the impact CAP is having in many people’s lives, click here.