Strategic Partners

Wiltshire Money works to align its strategy and activities with its peers. We collaborate with several partner organisations that work to support people with financial inclusion issues and participate in their networking events and conferences

Wiltshire Money continues to seek out new opportunities for collaboration. If your organisation would like to work with Wiltshire Money, please let us know

The debt advice industry will have to look beyond funding barriers and  embrace new technology to get the best outcomes for clients in debt | Money  Advice Liaison Group  Money Advice Liaison Group (MALG)  The Money Advice Liaison Group (known as MALG), formed in 1987, is a not-for-profit UK membership organisation whose purpose is to galvanise organisations to ‘work together to improve the lives of people with problem debt’. 
Contact Us National Association of Welfare Rights Advisers (NAWRA)  The National Association of Welfare Rights Advisers (NAWRA) is a membership based organisation for social welfare advice providers across the UK. Our aims are to challenge, influence and improve welfare rights policy and legislation; and to be a national voice for welfare rights advisers.
Money and Pensions Service | LinkedIn  Money and Pensions Service (MAPS)

The Money and Pensions Service’s vision is “Everyone making the most of their money and pensions.“ We are an arm’s-length body, sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions, with a joint commitment to ensuring that people throughout the UK have guidance and access to the information they need to make effective financial decisions over their lifetime.  Wiltshire Citizens Advice  We are an independent charity committed to helping people find a way forward by providing free, confidential advice. We also use our clients' experience to campaign for positive change to make society fairer.
Who we are - England Illegal Money Lending Team  England Illegal Money Lending Team  The England Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) was set up in 2004. Initially created as a pilot scheme in Birmingham to investigate loan sharks it had such an impact on illegal money lending it received further government funding.