7 Families Goes Live!


The Income Protection Task Force is delighted to announce that the 7 Families campaign has now launched to the public with an exclusive feature in The Mail on Sunday (http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-2817026/Read-Tracey-s-moving-story-ll-never-risk-losing-income-illness.html) and a range of digital media to help us to spread the word. Read on for details of how you can access all the stories and keep up to date as we introduce each new family…

We have a dedicated website http://www.7families.co.uk/ with links to:
You can subscribe to the 7 Families channel and be sure to click ‘Get notifications’ via the settings wheel next to the Subscribe button.
Twitter: Follow @7Families for regular tweets with links to new material as it comes onstream.
YouTube: Watch the video for our first family Tracey Clark , our second family Daniel Pinder and our third family Paul Pickford. Click the Subscribe button to stay up to date and click ‘Send me updates’ via the settings wheel next to the Subscribe button.
LinkedIn: Use the Groups page to create or contribute to discussions around topics relevant to 7 Families: http://linkd.in/1KJ4GBO
Use the Companies page to stay up to date and share content with your connections:
You can Join the group page and Follow the Companies page by pressing the relevant button on the top right of the pages.
Our second family were introduced in The Independent on 8th November and you can read all about it here: Seven Families campaign aims to raise awareness of financial damage caused by illness or disability.
Our third family featured in the Sunday Express on 23rd November – read all about Paul Pickford’s inspiring story here.
Our fourth family’s story has been featured in the Sunday Herald on 15th February – check it out here and keep an eye open for their introductory video on our Facebook and YouTube pages.
We hope you’ll feel moved to share this content as widely as possible and help us to prompt people to think about their own financial vulnerability and what they can do about it.

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