Help your constituents to Talk Money

Talk Money Week (6-10 November) is an excellent opportunity to encourage open conversation around money in your constituency, and to get your constituents the financial support they need. Find out how you can make the most of this week and help your constituents to start talking money.

Talk Money on social media

Use social media to tell the public why you’re supporting Talk Money Week, and showcase the support or services available in your area.

Use the hashtags #TalkMoney and #DoOneThing to tell us - and others - about the ‘one thing' you'll be doing.

Use our social media graphics

Use our pre-made social media graphics on your own channels, or add the transparent frame to images relevant to your role or constituency to celebrate Talk Money Week with a personal touch.


Find pre-made resources

You can find a range of pre-made resources in our general Talk Money Week communications toolkit

Use our comms toolkitOpens in a new window

Use our template tweets

  • I’m supporting Talk Money Week, because talking about money can help people to get the expert help they need, yet it still remains a taboo. Where to start? See the @MoneyHelperUK guide on how to have a conversation about money: 
  • This week, I’ll taking part in #TalkMoneyWeek by [enter the one thing you'll be doing]. Here's some #DoOneThing ideas you could try:

    ✅ Check the address is up to date on your pensions
    ✅ Talk to a child about pocket money
    ✅ See if any of @MoneyHelperUK's tools could support you
  • I’m proud to support #TalkMoneyWeek, research shows that people who talk about money:

    Make better and less risky financial decisions
    Have stronger personal relationships
    Help their children form good money habits

Share our participation pack

Our participation pack contains key information on how businesses, educational institutions, and more can engage with Talk Money Week, including offering ways to tailor activities to different sector and audiences.

Share the pack with your own networks to encourage them to join in with Talk Money Week in your area.

Share MoneyHelper guidance

Our MoneyHelperOpens in a new window service can help to put your constituents in control of their money with free, impartial help that’s quick to find, easy to use and backed by government.

It has a range of tools and guides that can help your constituents with their everyday money troubles, as well as planning for the future. The tools below are just some of those that you could signpost towards.

Financial education: Talk Learn Do

Talk Learn Do DigitalOpens in a new window This digital toolkit shares helpful information on how to speak to children aged between 3 and 11 about money. Teaching children about money from a young age can help them develop the skills they’ll need as adults.

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  • The Talk Learn Do Digital by @MoneyHelperUK can provide parents and carers with the skill and confidence to #TalkMoney with their children, to help set them up with the knowledge they need to manage money as adults.

Future Focus: Midlife MOT

Money Midlife MOTOpens in a new window: The Money Midlife MOT is a tool to help you assess your current financial situation and plan for the future. 

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  • The Money Midlife MOT by @MoneyHelperUK can be a great starting point if you are thinking about how to plan for the future and retirement, by helping you to assess your current situation. #TalkMoney

Help with the cost of living hub

MoneyHelper's 'help with the cost of living hubOpens in a new window' brings together our most useful tools, calculators and guides to help people keep on top of your money.

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  • Right now, it’s more important than ever to make your money work the best it can for your living needs. See @MoneyHelperUK's tools, calculators and guides for free and impartial government-backed advice. 

Share our MoneyHelper poster


Download our MoneyHelper poster

Display our Talk Money poster in your surgery to help signpost to MoneyHelper services.