Extensive and continued press coverage of #toyourcredit over 18 months since launch, with the campaign providing stories and terminology that begin to enter the common vernacular (see Jan 2015 Guardian article).

Extensive and continued press coverage of #toyourcredit over 18 months since launch, with the campaign providing stories and terminology that begin to enter the common vernacular (see Jan 2015 Guardian article).

A year after the launch of #toyourcredit, 17% of Church of England churches actively support credit unions with a further 29% reporting to be actively considering involvement.

A year after the launch of #toyourcredit, 17% of Church of England churches actively support credit unions with a further 29% reporting to be actively considering involvement.

Following public pressure (including but not limited to #toyourcredit) and government consultation, the FCA introduce a cap on payday loans of 0.8% per day in January 2015.

Following public pressure (including but not limited to #toyourcredit) and government consultation, the FCA introduce a cap on payday loans of 0.8% per day in January 2015.

Over 100 thousand more people joined credit unions in Great Britain in the year following the launch of #toyourcredit, signifying growth of 9.1%.

Over 100 thousand more people joined credit unions in Great Britain in the year following the launch of #toyourcredit, signifying growth of 9.1%.

2015 report finds that church leaders are now twice as likely to be members of credit unions, with 6% reporting personal membership compared to 3% of the general population.

2015 report finds that church leaders are now twice as likely to be members of credit unions, with 6% reporting personal membership compared to 3% of the general population.

71% of church leaders report to knowing what credit unions are and how they work (12 months after launch), compared to 15% in a comparative study with the general population.

71% of church leaders report to knowing what credit unions are and how they work (12 months after launch), compared to 15% in a comparative study with the general population.

188 new members joined a credit union in Britain every day in the last three months of 2014.

188 new members joined a credit union in Britain every day in the last three months of 2014.

The World Council of Credit Unions award ABCUL (the association of British Credit Unions) a special award for "outstanding membership growth"  in August 2015. The council credited ABCUL as being among the fastest membership growing movements across the globe.

The World Council of Credit Unions award ABCUL (the association of British Credit Unions) a special award for "outstanding membership growth"  in August 2015. The council credited ABCUL as being among the fastest membership growing movements across the globe.