About The Money Carer Foundation
If you strip away all the years of experience in helping people, the use of advanced technology to make our services and solutions widely accessible to those that need them most, you'll find a group of down to earth people that enjoy what they do and do actually care about the clients that we help.
As an organisation we enjoy resolving daily money management issues in order to make our clients lives better via our unique input. Our team culture is one based on combining common sense with a proactive approach to working with the various organisations and individuals that form our clients circle of care. We are early adopters of supportive daily money management technology and utilise our expertise in this area to make life easier and more secure for the clients and the partner organisations that we work alongside. We make our partners demonstrably more efficient.
Daily Money Management Development
The Money Carer Service originally started as a pilot project in 2007 after the organisation founders were asked by a local authority if a 'Daily Money Management' service was something we would be able to launch given our specialised bill payment and financial problem solving experience.
After launching the service initially as a legal servive in partnership with a law firm, The Money Carer Foundation was formed as a social enterprise in 2009 and the organisation is continuously expanding by working very closely with local authorities, charities and many other organisations that understand the tangible benefit that The Money Carer Foundation can deliver to service users and service providers alike.
As a social enterprise The Money Carer Foundation does not retain any shareholders. Our flat structure makes decision making processes much simpler and coordination between the company directors enable the management of the organisations goal delivery and daily operational functions more straightforward. This means we can make things happen more quickly for our service user clients.
As part of our corporate governence strategy the organisation has suitable protocols and operational procedures necessary to protect the organisation and its clients accordingly. These measures include ring-fenced client account agreements with the organisations chosen banking partner (Unity Trust Bank), dual signatory processes for the release of client funds (electronic and paper trailed), a vulnerable persons policy and robust professional indemnity insurance policies.