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a friend, we need your support
Like all other
Citizens Advice Bureaux, Hillingdon & Ealing Citizens Advice
is a non profit making advice-giving, problem-solving charity. This means
we have to rely on the generosity of local businesses, grant-making trusts
and the local public to fund the services we provide.
We gratefully welcome any financial
contribution to the bureau, no matter how small. All donations are very
gratefully received and help us keep our services going. Please look at
each section to find out the different ways you can donate to the bureau.
Thank you for your interest in making a donation to Hillingdon & Ealing Citizens
Donations can be made
on-line by clicking on the "donate now" button below. Your
contribution, no matter how small, will help us to continue our vital
click on the 'donations' button below.
Donations in Cash or
cash donations can be made in each of our three Bureau
where we have provided envelopes in each of our
interview rooms for donations to be made.
may be drawn in favour of ‘Hillingdon & Ealing Citizens Advice’
and handed to the receptionist, or sent to our main office:
Hillingdon & Ealing Citizens Advice, Key House, 106 High
Street, Yiewsley, Middlesex UB7 7BQ
All donations are gratefully received and an official
receipt will be issued for all cheques received.
do not feel under pressure to make a donation. It doesn’t matter how
much or how little you give to Citizens Advice Bureau, but we really
appreciate it if you give something. THANK YOU is not a big enough word
for all your help, in keeping our services running.
have funders that give us bespoke or regular funding. To view a list of
our current funders click
If you would
like to fund us then please get in touch by sending an email to
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How will your money be
£5 will pay daily expenses of one
volunteers, who will in turn deliver 7 hours of advice to a client.
£14 will pay for an hour of generalist
£30 will pay for an outreach worker to
provide advice alongside other services (e.g. GP Surgeries).
£45 will pay for one hour of specialist
£90 will fund the direct costs for solving
a housing problem.
£170 will enable us to advise throughout
an average employment dispute.
£190 helps us to support a family in debt
to avoid having their home repossessed.
£400 would allow us to start training an
adviser to become a bureau manager.
£500 pays for a new leaflet to be
distributed to recruit new volunteers
£650 pays for a PC for a volunteer to use
for advice work.
£1,500 pays for the training of new CAB