To continue our work we need your help through donations, fundraising or through a legacy.
You may not be familiar with Cambridge and District Citizens Advice Bureau, but you will likely know someone who is. The growing population and Covid-19 pandemic has increased the demand for our services to unprecedented levels. Yet we continue to face funding challenges which could affect our ability to provide the quality service our clients need. We are working harder than ever to secure our future.
It costs nearly £1 million pounds each year to fund our advice provision operations, yet we do not have any long-term funding sources of that scale. The vast majority of our income comes from fixed-term grants, with no guarantee that the philanthropic organisations and local government bodies behind these grants will be able to renew them as they expire. This means that we are constantly seeking new income, without which we will be unable to continue with our work.
Donations are always welcome through our online donations portal, operated by the Charities Aid Foundation. You can give a one-off donation or set up regular payments. If you are a UK taxpayer, please also consider GiftAid.
Donate by Cheque
A cheque, payable to Cambridge and District Citizens Advice Bureau, may be addressed to:
The Finance Team
Cambridge and District CAB
66, Devonshire Road
Leave a Legacy
Legacies are vital to our work. Any gift you provide, no matter how large or small, will help us to support the next generation.
For more information about making a will, go to the website Remember a charity in your will. We recommend speaking to a local solicitor or will writer if you’re considering making or updating a will. By having your will professionally written, you ensure everything is covered. Find a local solicitor from our local solicitor list.
Donate for a Specific Purpose
If you would prefer to make a donation with a specific designated purpose, our CEO Rachel T would be delighted to discuss this with you, please email Rachelt@cambridgecab.org.uk
Other ways to help
- Volunteer – see our volunteer page for information about how you can give your time to our clients.
- Write to your local MP or counselor expressing your thanks for our service.
- Follow our social media pages and share our posts.