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  • Money Matters for Single Parent Mums

    The Women’s Hub, part of Sheffield’s Equality Hub Network are wanting to talk to as many single parent mums as possible, from all backgrounds, about how you cope financially and practically. The aim of the project is to improve services in Sheffield and raise awareness of the impacts of wage poverty and austerity. They would particularly like to hear from disabled single parent Mums.

  • Money Matters Project Research - Single Parent Women and Poverty

    Are you a disabled woman and a single parent? If so the Money Matters project would love to hear from you. They want to interview as many disabled women as possible, in confidence, about what it’s like to be a single parent with a disability and highlight possible solutions and coping mechanisms which might assist other women.

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