Money Mentoring is a not-for-profit social enterprise providing personalised money management support that promotes individual well-being and helps safeguard vulnerable adults in the prevention or stopping of financial exploitation. Money Mentors provide a confidential face-to-face relationship based on regular on-going home visits that support vulnerable adults in learning to become more organised and in control of their own money matters. Our services may benefit older people, and those with a learning difficulty, physical disability or mental illness. It may be someone who is unwell, confused, isolated, frail, has memory problems or difficulties communicating, or need support following an illness, house move or bereavement or there are mental health issues.