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Are you interested in helping out in your local community? Would you like to learn new skills to help you return to work? Do you want to gain experience working in a fast-paced office environment, working with a diverse group of people?

Around 22,000 people volunteer with the Citizens Advice Service nationally – local people serving their local communities. People volunteer for a variety of reasons, including:

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Becoming a volunteer can be personally rewarding and can help you to ‘give something back’ to your community and we can offer numerous volunteering opportunities for local people with the relevant skills and availability. We look for a minimum of one day per week and are flexible as to days.

Citizens Advice Westminster provides a safe and supportive working environment where our volunteers can learn and develop. We appreciate the commitment and dedication to our clients from our volunteers and like to reward them for their efforts, as part of the time credits scheme.

We are always recruiting for our micro-volunteering roles: IMG_7726

If, however you are interested in becoming a volunteer Gatewayer (trained triage assessor), our next open day will be on Tuesday 27th March 2018.  Please click here for more details and book your place.  Please note that spaces are limited.

Fore more details about volunteering with us, please email Adam Zaki, Training & Quality Supervisor, at  

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