Find which Citizens Advice Bureaux are recruiting in your area, choose one and fill out a quick online form. They'll get in touch to discuss the options. With such a wide range of roles there’s bound to be something suitable.

Why volunteer? Volunteering with a CAB is a great way to pick up skills, make friends and feel part of an enthusiastic team. And it’s not just worthwhile; volunteering can also be fantastic fun and hugely rewarding.

What do volunteers do? Citizen's Advice is the UK’s largest advice charity. Of the 28,500 people who work for the CAB service, 21,500 of them are volunteers. They take on a range of roles from giving advice to fundraising, admin, campaigning and trusteeship.

Who volunteers? The guiding principles of Citizens Advice are to ‘value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination’. We're committed to equality of opportunity in recruitment and training, and offer a warm welcome to every volunteer, whatever their background.

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Supporting disabled volunteers

The Citizens Advice service prides itself on creating a supportive and welcoming working environment. We have a diverse and inclusive workforce and offer a range of support services to meet the needs of our disabled volunteers.