Volunteers wanted for new money advice hub

noahsNoah’s Ark Money Advice Service is looking for volunteers to help run its newly created money advice hub.

Experience isn’t necessary as training will be given but IT knowledge or a background in money / debt advice would be ideal.

If you’re interested please contact Andrew Sykes on 01422 364644 or email debt@noahsarkcentre.org.uk.

Struggling to pay your Council Tax bill?

If you are affected by the new Council Tax Reduction Scheme, these organisations can help you with benefits and budgeting advice:

Calderdale Citizens Advice Bureau Help on financial matters. Specialist advice on welfare benefits and debt www.calderdalecab.org.uk

01422 842848

Halifax, Elland, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden

Step Change Debt charity with free impartial advice www.stepchange.org

0800 138 1111

Age UK (Halifax) Information, advice and support for people aged 50+ www.ageuk.org.uk/calderdaleandkirklees/

01422 252040 (5-6 Park Road, Halifax, HX1 2TS)

Halifax Choices Centre, 4-6 Woolshops, HX1 1RJ

Calderdale Disabled Advice Resource Team Disability Rights Agency providing advice to people with disabilities and carers www.calderdaledart.org.uk

01422 346040


Mixenden Parents Resource Centre For residents of north Halifax. Debt advice/support 01422 240033

Open Monday to Friday 9am – 3pm

Noah’s Ark Centre Money advice service and support in north Halifax www.noahsarkcentre.org.uk

01422 366911

Calderdale Credit Union Offer impartial money advice and access to fair finance George Square, 15-19 Commercial Street 01422 386060 or Todmorden on 01706 818975



Click here for more information on changes to the Council Tax Reduction scheme from 1 April 2014

Sick of Being Skint?


Click to open the SOBS leaflet

A high percentage of young people lose their homes each year in Calderdale due to their failure to manage their money and keep up with rent and bills.

The SOBS team work with 16–24 year olds who are first time social housing tenants or may rent homes in Calderdale in the future.

Their aim is to reduce the number of young people who lose their homes and make them more financially streetwise.

Look out for the SOBS Team in your area!

Or you can contact SOBS yourself or be referred by a worker that you are already seeing at another organisation.

Click here for the SOBS referral form