Easing your money worries this Christmas

Money worries

Recently Bradford District Credit Union was featured in a BBC news article. The article referred to how BDCU has helped, Single mum, Kirsty, who lost her home after building up debts due to her previous relationship by easing her money worries.

The debts made her struggles worse, especially during Christmas.

“It’s just one day… but that’s such a responsibility when you have no money and you don’t want to let your kids down,” she said.

Kirsty turned to the credit union instead of relying on any loans or credit cards to help her pay for presents.

You can read more about Kirsty’s story in the full BBC article here.

Did you know?

A survey carried out by Christians Against Poverty stated, of those earning less than £15,000 a year, 25% of them have fallen behind on household bills during the cost-of-living crisis. They also concluded that single parents are a high-risk group who are getting into debt this winter.


Following feedback from our members, we have decided to bring back our Christmas loan! We help our members to avoid falling for high-cost lenders by assuring them they can finance for Christmas without stress. This is for new and existing members who want to borrow from us. They can borrow up to £500 for our Christmas loan.

You can find out if you are eligible for our Christmas loan here.

Helpful notes

As many families are suffering during the cost-of-living crisis, we are here to ease your money worries. Therefore, we have launched a new money tips service to help make life easier this winter.