With nearly half of all Kiwis living without a budget, the CAP Money course is a fantastic outreach tool that equips your church to bring essential money management skills to your congregation and your community.
At its core, the CAP Money course helps people put money in its rightful place in their lives—it gives a budget, a framework to live within, and sound principles that will help them wisely manage their money.
How CAP equips your church
By partnering with CAP, your church will be equipped to run CAP Money and CAP Money Youth.
CAP Money - a three-part, DVD-based money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that really works.
CAP Money Youth - a one hour session for 14-18 year olds.
CAP provides the training, material and ongoing support, and your church just needs 1-3 volunteers to run the course. It’s that simple!
Simple steps to running CAP Money
1. Submit an information request form here for more details or download the Partnernship Agreement booklet here.
2. Choose volunteers to attend a 2018 CAP Money training day. Send 1-3 volunteers to one of the regional training days below. The full-day session is fun, informative and interactive; coaches will leave inspired and ready to bring sound money management to your church and community!
2018 CAP Money regional training days
17 March Nelson
28 April Dunedin
26 May Wellington
30 June Auckland
28 July Whangarei
18 August South Auckland
29 September Waikato
20 October Christchurch
What CAP Money churches are saying
“I love being involved in something that makes a difference in the lives of Kiwi families and individuals, and I love being able to serve my community by showing love in a practical way. One of my recent delegates, a teacher, often only had $2.00 left until the next pay day. After doing the course she set a goal to save $10,000 in six months—and saved $9980!” -- Sylvia Bowden
“I have been blessed to see the difference this has made in some of our delegates lives, being encouraged that what we are doing as coaches is helping someone to get their lives on track financially.” – Ann Walker, CAP Money Coach
“The best part about being a CAP Money coach is that at the end of the course or a little bit afterwards when people come back and you can see just the sheer pleasure or joy on their faces because they have actually got a system that is working for them whereas previously some of them had real stress or pressures in their lives.” Richard Stoks, CAP Money Coach