The latest ‘State of the Nation’ report from the government’s Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission repeats the points we were making back in July 2012 about the problems faced by this generation of young people.
It’s good to see payday lenders writing off debts but we need to stop young people using them in the first place.
Young adults in work, who have to live with their parents because they cannot afford a home of their own, have been called the ‘clipped wing’ generation
We ended the summer term with a very enjoyable trip to Forest Hill School in London, where we delivered Keep the Cash! to the school’s Year 10 pupils.
On a recent visit to Matthew Moss High School in Rochdale, we delivered Keep the Cash! to 200 of the most enthusiastic Year 9 pupils we’ve ever encountered
The Keep the Cash! team spent the day with 200 Year 10 students at North Liverpool Academy earlier this month, experiencing the challenges involved in building an… Read More »“I wish somebody had given me this information before I entered the adult world”
The Low Pay Commission is recommending that the minimum wage increases by 3% in October, to £6.50. So what will you now be able… Read More »Six things you could get if the minimum wage goes up to £6.50
2014 is shaping up to be the busiest year yet for the Keep The Cash! team. The addition of financial literacy on the citizenship and… Read More »Curriculum changes helping to make 2014 our busiest year yet
Our report, The Frustration of Aspiration: Being a teenager in England today, featured in media across England, highlighting the problems facing teenagers in the country today.… Read More »Frustration of Aspiration report: news stories