Free Australian families trapped by debt
Donate to bring a practical solution and the hope of Jesus.
Why donate to CAP?
Freedom from debt
Your support equips local churches in providing community & freedom to families facing poverty because of debt
Your donation helps fund CAP Money Coaching, helping everyday Australians improve their financial wellbeing
CAP provides a practical answer to one of society’s most pressing problems: overwhelming levels of debt
Where your money goes
Your donations help CAP equip the local church to bring thousands of Australian families freedom from debt and financial distress.
Working with CAP meant I had someone to walk alongside me, I wasn’t alone. I’m now debt free, sober and my relationship with my children and my mum is restored. My oldest son David is now living with me again and I’m so happy.
CAP is not only releasing people from financial hardships and financial struggles, but they’re also giving people back their lives, giving families back their mums, giving families back their dads, giving husbands and wives back to each other.
Josh & Corrine
CAP has taught me something to give to my sons. Now, I’ve even done a budget for my eldest son Andrew. He was spending money as quickly as he got it. He was doing exactly what I’d been doing and he had no idea.
Yes! CAP has helped thousands of people gain control of their finances, seen over 3,000 families become debt free, and relieved millions of dollars in debt. CAP works, and your support is vital to bring free debt help to more Australians.
No. CAP believes the solution to poverty caused by debt is increasing financial literacy and advocating for people who can’t advocate for themselves. CAP’s debt counsellors work with families to create a budget to pay off their debts, as well as working with financial institutions to provide a fair deal for those unable to pay their debts.
Your donation is what makes CAP’s vital advocacy and financial counselling services possible.
It supplies the CAP engine room of 24 people through wages and salaries — the vehicle through which financial advocacy is made possible today and into the future.
It is invested into the future sustainability of the organisation through fundraising events and activities and covers the training and resources required for 24 staff, 220 church partners and 400 volunteers to bring the CAP service to their communities. See more here.
CAP works with the local church to serve the most vulnerable members of their communities. When a client calls CAP, they are allocated a CAP Debt Coach from a local church who will come to their home and help them assess all their debts. The client is then allocated a personal caseworker who will help them develop and stick to a budget as well as negotiate with creditors on their behalf. This caseworker remains with the client for as long as they remain with CAP – often until the happy day they become debt free!
Christians Against Poverty Australia is registered with the ACNC as a Deductible Gift Recipient. All donations over $2 are tax-deductible and you will receive a tax receipt at the end of the financial year