What we do
The Citizens Advice Service is the largest advice-giving network in the UK, with over 3,000 outlets and 20,000 volunteers. Nationally, Citizens Advice Bureaux help people deal with nearly six million problems every year, in bureaux, by phone and email, online, at outreach sessions in places like GP surgeries and courts and even in people’s homes.
Why get involved?
Our CABx do essential work for the community providing free, impartial advice to everybody regardless of race, sex, disability, sexuality, gender or nationality. We advise on debt, benefits, legal issues, abuse, housing, employment, consumer problems and more. To do this we depend on people like you getting involved, by volunteering, donating or working for us. Citizens Advice Hampshire also relies on the charities, businesses, other advice providers and other organisations who partner with us on specific projects.
Who can get involved?
Absolutely anyone! Our clients come from all walks of life and so do our supporters, volunteers and employees. Citizens Advice Hampshire and our member CABx are committed to providing opportunities for the whole community to get involved, no matter what their background or experience.