We have partnered up with IncomeMax to deliver its very first place-based community initiative ‘Mums and Money’, funded by British gas energy trust Enhancing Community Support programme.

Together, IncomeMax and YMSN are providing on the ground financial support and advice to vulnerable families that can often be hard to reach.

83% of those supported so far have had extra income identified, which is estimated to result in an average of over £4,550 more per year per household. The identified extra income comprises of Universal Credit, Personal Independence Payments for disability, low-income water tariffs, Warm Home Discount energy bill support and charitable trust applications.

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Melissa’s Story

My experience with them was a positive one; I felt heard and not judged. Initially I was in need of some support with my sons travl fees to secondary school. I spoke to Louise who was patient and listened to my concerns and after discussing my financial situation she was able to determine that there were other resources that I may be able to receive. She helped me to fill out the forms which she then submitted on my behalf wich resulted in me receiving a new washing machine, single bed, fuel and food vouchers.

I am very grateful to have the opportunity to use this service, as a black single parent, it’s challenging trying to keep my head above water especially how COVID has impacted the prices of fuel and food.

I would recommend mothers to utilise Young mums and income max, they have taken some of the pressure off of my situation.