Really proud to be part of this important work on cohesion, featured in these case studies: For the full report please visit the British Academy website.
Posts by: Citizens Advice Rushmoor
We are proud to present our latest Research Report which shines a spotlight on Foodbank use in Rushmoor. The report responds to concerns raised from our team about the growing number of clients we are seeing in food crisis. It examines the underlying causes of foodbank use, as well as the connected issues we advise people […]
As we prepare for our Annual General Meeting on 20th November, we are pleased to share here our annual review documents for 2016/17, highlighting some of our main achievements and activities. We are particularly proud of the research and campaigns work we have undertaken this year, which has helped to shine a spotlight on some of […]
We are looking for two Trustee Board Members Ever thought about becoming a trustee? This is a great opportunity to gain new skills and perspectives; and use your experience to make a lasting difference to a key local charity. Citizens Advice Rushmoor’s Trustee Board has forward looking members, who bring a fantastic range of skills and […]
Each year, Citizens Advice Rushmoor helps thousands of people find a way forward. We do this by providing advice, education and support, and influencing policies and practices that affect our clients. This year, we know more about our impact than ever before. The new research behind our impact report helps us better understand the effect our […]
Rushmoor Community Lottery is a weekly online lottery created by Rushmoor Borough Council to support good causes that benefit the communities of Rushmoor. Tickets are only £1 a week – with 60% going to local good causes and prizes of up to £25,000! You can support Citizens Advice Rushmoor by clicking the link below: Or […]
Citizens Advice Rushmoor and Trading Standards are joining forces to give people in Rushmoor the knowledge to spot scams. We will be running a stall in Princes Mead, Farnborough on the 11th of July and at the Welling Centre, Aldershot on the 20th of July – as part of Scams Awareness Month, a national campaign encouraging people to report […]
The closing date for this post has now past. We are now recruiting for the following role: Nepali Speaking Advice and Learning Supervisor Salary – c £21,500 for 37 hours per week Do you have experience of supervising and developing people? Would you like the challenge of supporting our diverse teams of volunteers? We are […]
Important new work undertaken by student volunteers at Citizens Advice Rushmoor. To learn about the challenges facing working families click the link below or to learn more about volunteering please visit our website.
Welfare Reform and Working Families Report [click link above to download full report] We are really proud to publish this new report. It combines results from a national study with a detailed analysis of over 120 local working residents in Rushmoor affected by planned cuts to tax credits. The report gives comprehensive background information and analysis, and firmly sets the […]