Last week we released our low income support pack which seeks to support low income households in Liverpool by providing information and guidance on help that may be available.
The pack was created in response to the £20 cut to Universal Credit which was announced last year and has already taken effect. Since then, the government has failed to put in place any other meaningful support for low income families and individuals to tackle the rising cost of living.
Whilst we continue to wait in the hope of government intervention during this crisis, we hope that this pack will provide some helpful information and guidance. It was written by our advisors and volunteers and we welcome any feedback that could help to improve the information we have provided.
The pack as mentioned is aimed at low income households but we believe that the information may also be helpful to anyone in the community who is in a position to help whether this be other charitable organisations or health services.
Topics covered by the pack include:
computer and internet support
access to information in various languages
Our dedicated webpage for the low income support pack can be found by clicking the button below, on this page you can view, download and leave feedback on the information we have provided.
We want to say a big thank you to the organisations mentioned in the pack including foodbanks, pantries and other food support programmes who are doing vital work ensuring that our communities are fed during this time.
If you have any questions in regards to the pack or want to reach out to discuss any ideas further don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org