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.
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%.
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.
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.