Spread the word about StepChange Debt Charity!

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Every time someone interacts with us social media, gives us a like or a share or a comment, it lets others know that debt isn’t something they have to deal with alone. It’s also a great way to let other people in debt know we’re here to help.

As somebody who reads our blog, gets our emails, and is perhaps is also a StepChange Debt Charity client, you are one of our biggest advocates. So if you like what we do and want to help spread the word, why not give us a follow on social media and join in the conversation?!

Whether you have a couple of seconds or a few minutes, any time you can spare to share our messages on social media means we can let even more people know we’re here to help.

Twitter

Follow us on Twitter to get daily updates about our latest blogposts, campaigns and behind the scenes here at StepChange Debt Charity! If you have a couple of seconds spare, it’d be great if you could give us a retweet to share our post with your friends.

Facebook

Pop over and say hello on FacebookGive our page a like and our money-saving tips, latest news and charity photos will appear on your Facebook newsfeed. We love to read your comments and feedback, so feel free to drop us a line!

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Instagram

Follow us on Instagram to read our latest blogposts and find out more about what else we get up to here at StepChange Debt Charity. Hint…it includes lots of cake and cups of tea! Give our posts a like and spread the word!

Pinterest

Join us on Pinterest and take a look at our money-saving boards! From cheap recipes and DIY tricks to budget gift ideas and homemade beauty products, it’s where you can find all our thrifty tips! Visit MoneyAware’s profile on Pinterest.

Become a media star

If you’d like to do even more, there are other ways you can get involved too. We’re often approached by journalists and bloggers who want to hear from people first-hand about their experience of debt, so we’re always on the lookout for clients who would like to be media volunteers.

Whether it’s to go on TV, speak on the radio, or give interviews to newspapers, being a media volunteer can be a great experience. Not only that, but by speaking about the circumstances that led you into debt, the benefits of getting advice and the feelings you had along the way, you may encourage people to seek help themselves. You can find out more about becoming a media volunteer on our website.

Laura Davies joined the MoneyAware team in May 2014 from a background in public relations. Outside of work, Laura enjoys travelling, reading, drinking tea and spending too much time on Buzzfeed.

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