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Spotlight on: Volunteering

Volunteering is at the heart of the Scottish CAB Service, with more than 2,000 people giving their invaluable time and experience each week to keep Scotland's bureaux running.  We rely on volunteers not only to deliver advice and information, but also to help manage each CAB (each is an independent charity) and provide support services such as administration, IT, marketing and promotion and fundraising activities.  

What about you - have you thought about volunteering in your local bureau?

News

  1. 1 Sep 2020

    A new briefing has revealed the ‘horrifying’ impact of cuts and closures to Citizens Advice in Glasgow.

  2. 3 Jun 2020

    by Derek Mitchell, CAS Chief Executive

    NB This column first appeared in the Herald newspaper on 3 June 2020

  3. 20 Nov 2019

    A new film from Scottish rapper and anti-poverty campaigner Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey celebrates 80 years of Citizens Advice in Scotland.

Publications

  1. The Citizens Advice Scotland network magazine

    Publication date: April 2020

    Issue of 3 of the Citizens Advice network in Scotland magazine

  2. The Citizens Advice Scotland network magazine

    Publication date: January 2020

    Issue of 2 of the Citizens Advice network in Scotland magazine

  3. Publication date: June 2019

    Issue of 1 of the Citizens Advice network in Scotland magazine

  4. Citizens Advice Scotland has published the first ever impact report detailing the positive contribution the service makes to Scottish society.
    CAS communications

    Publication date: October 2016

    In our first report of this kind, we demonstrate the impact of the Scottish Citizens Advice service on the 310,000-plus clients who received help in 2015/16, as well as touching on the wider benefits of our work to the rest of society.

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