Finding balance with your money
is a Community Interest Company (CIC) in the Poole area, focused on helping people get in control of their money so it doesn’t cause worry or stress.
The CIC business model was specifically designed for social enterprises, and most CICs are in the health and social care, educational, arts and public service sectors. They are similar to co-ops and charities, in that they have a stated aim of benefiting the community instead of shareholders.
If you are struggling to afford your bills or you are not sure about your benefit entitlement, the team at Harmoney will be able to advise you of your options and help you to take these forward.
The Phone Co-op supplies Harmoney’s mobile services and they chose our services because of its social responsibility and great customer service.
Nick Lee, founder of Harmoney, says: ‘We chose the Phone Coop because it was important to us that, whenever we need, we can telephone for support and quickly get through to speak to someone who can help’.
Harmoney also benefited from our Enterprise Fund
and received a credit of £250 on their Phone Co-op bill.