Tag: financial advocacy
Happy new year! To get 2020 off to a great start, please find attached your copy of the Dosh Winter Newsletter 2019-20. This edition includes: The Dosh Team Dosh News Safer Winter Driving Tips from Motability Funeral Costs December Dosh days strategy and purpose ideas Benefits updates BID form changes New Referral Form Information and… Read More ›
I am interviewing our second candidate with Meike Beckford, Dosh’s Financial Advocacy Manager for a position with Dosh Ltd, a company I have had the honour of being the Managing Director for over the last 10 years. It is my turn to be asked a question by the interviewee and to be honest it is… Read More ›
We have been thinking about our values in my organisation Dosh recently, and particularly how we act on them – doing and not just saying, particularly when it’s not easy
Welcome to the Dosh Spring Newsletter. This edition features Project 2000, information on HOLD, plus updates on universal credit and DWP.
Read the Dosh Winter Newsletter 2018 In this month’s edition: Dosh News Celebrating 10 Years of Dosh Project 1000 Universal Credit update Prescription charges explained Best Interest Decision Forms Annual Review Financial Advocacy in Action Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if Dosh can be of help to you and the people you support. Steve Raw- Managing Director
Read the Dosh Summer Newsletter 2018! In this month’s edition: The Dosh team Dosh News Help with PIP claims Universal Credit update New project launched: Your Money. Your Life. Care charges explained Financial Advocacy in Action Please contact email@example.com if Dosh can be of help to you and the people you support. Steve Raw- Managing Director
Read the latest edition of the Dosh newsletter to see what the Dosh team have been up to.
The Dosh summer newsletter is packed full of useful information about managing money.
The spring edition of the Dosh newsletter is packed full of useful information about managing money.
It is one of those steps on the career ladder that seems to hold a lot of significance. You’re moving up, you probably get a pay rise and you become more ‘senior’ (whatever that means).