Citizens Advice Havant is an independent registered charity, relying on your support. We know that local people turn to us in times of crisis. Last year we helped 4325 people with 10,293 different problems. Can you help us continue to support the local communities around the Borough of Havant? There are a variety of ways you can help us, some at no cost to you.
You may feel able to donate money to us. Thank you - we really appreciate all your donations, big or small. You can donate at any local Citizens Advice or Outreach or use our Virgin Money Giving Page where you can make your donation even bigger if you are a tax-payer by adding Gift Aid to your donation.
Just text the code CAHV18 followed by the amount you want to give: £1 £2 £3 £4 £5 or £10 to 70070. It will not cost you any extra and we will get the amount you say. You will pay through your mobile bill.
Shop online with all your usual shops and many of them will give us money if you join easyfundraising and access them via the easyfundraising page. It costs you nothing.
If you use Amazon to buy online you can access your account via
Please use this link https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1111564-0 and support us as Citizens Advice Havant
You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to the charity.
You must shop at smile.amazon.co.uk for the donations from Amazon to reach the charity every time you buy something from Amazon..
You can use your usual Amazon account there. Just visit the website and choose our cause.
You can choose our cause to ensure that 60% of the price of a lottery ticket in the local lottery goes directly to Citizens Advice Havant. Just visit our cause page on the local lottery website:
https://www.havantlottery.co.uk/support/citizens-advice-havant or click on the leaflet below:
You may wish to consider leaving a legacy - a lasting contribution to your community
Check out our news page for details of upcoming events and we would also love to hear from you if you would like to fundraise for us.
In September we will be doing the Chichester Legal Walk - a 10k walk to raise funds for local advice agencies including our own. All the money we raise goes to us. Find out more on the London Legal Support Trust website here: http://www.londonlegalsupporttrust.org.uk/our-events/walks-in-the-south-east-2018/chichester-legal-walk-2018/
There are many ways local companies can offer support, whether financial or in the form of volunteer time. If you would like to discuss this please write to
Jon Stuart , CEO
Citizens Advice Havant
Leigh Park Community Centre
You may have the skills, knowledge and experience to volunteer with us. Giving your time is a great way to help. Our volunteers mean we can do so much more locally than if we only had paid staff.
Would you like to make a difference to people's lives? Are you enthusiastic, passionate and committed to providing an excellent service to the public? Would you like to be part of a supportive team, learn new skills and feel you have really done something worthwhile in your local community? If your answer is ‘yes’, there may be a role for you at Citizens Advice Havant.
We are always looking for volunteers and sometimes have a paid role available too.
We don't have any paid roles on offer at the moment.
We always have vacancies for volunteers at Citizens Advice Havant and we would love to hear from you (you can get further info if you use our contact form) if you're interested in volunteering with us.
Whether you have a few hours or a few days or more to offer, we have a range of volunteer opportunities that may suit you.
Some of the volunteering roles we have to offer are:
Receptionist / Administrator - we are always looking for people with good administration and people skills to work with clients and behind the scenes making our local Citizens Advice an efficient service. Our Advisers often start in an admin role to get to know the way we work. Here's our Customer service volunteer role description
Adviser - initial training starts you off as an Initial Assessor - that takes about 6 weeks training and then you can carry on to do the full adviser training over about 12 - 18 months while still taking an active role with clients. Here are the role descriptions for Initial Assessor and Adviser
Research and Campaigns - if you feel strongly about our campaign issues then we would love you to join us to help gather evidence, and take an active part promoting our campaigns out and about in the community and on Social Media. Here's our Research and Campaigns role description
Trustee - we are on the look out for people with good business skills who would like to join our Trustee board to help run Citizens Advice Havant. You can download our Trustee recruitment pack here
Here's our Volunteer Application form to download and complete for all the roles above.
You can find out more about the different volunteer roles on the Citizens Advice Website
Take our Volunteering Quiz to see what role might suit you by following this link: Volunteering Quiz
Would you like to make a difference to peoples’ lives? Are you enthusiastic, passionate and committed to providing an excellent service to the public? Would you like to be part of a supportive team, learn new skills and feel you have really done something worthwhile in your local community? If your answer is ‘yes’, there may be a role for you at Citizens Advice.
Whether you have a few hours or a few days or more to offer, or we have a range of volunteer and job opportunities that may suit you.
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View our current job opportunities and find out how to apply. Link to jds and application form.
View our volunteer opportunities and find out how to apply. Link to role descriptions, application form.
If you want to find out more about volunteering with us you may like to attend one of our Volunteer Open Days. Click here for details.
For more information about working or volunteering with Citizens Advice, please contact your local bureau.