Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell

Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell is an independent charity giving free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to over 3000 local residents annually on such matters such as debt, housing, family, welfare benefits and employment. It is a local charity staffed almost entirely by highly trained volunteers.

Our general advice service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice, face to face and over the telephone, to over 3000 local residents on matters such as debt, housing, family, welfare benefits and employment.

We have a specialist unit providing advice services to clients suffering severe and enduring mental illness. Last year this team secured for their clients £250,000 by helping them to obtain benefits to which they were entitled but were being denied or by negotiating with creditors to have their debts written off.

Our two specialist debt advisers enable their clients to analyse their financial situation and address their problems in a meaningful way thereby allowing them to take control of their lives. We have recently opened a debt and welfare benefits outreach service.

The bureau also operates, in conjunction with other bureaus in the surrounding area, a County Court advice desk for persons threatened with homelessness attending before the County Court. Last year this service helped to prevent 156 families from being homeless.

Our external website provides information and links to online advice and gives details of our opening times. It also provides an online volunteering facility.

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Lockton Charitable Association

The Lockton Charitable Association raises funds through all types of events recommended and undertaken by Lockton employees throughout its offices in the UK. Every year Lockton employees nominate a registered charity to support in addition to more specific causes close to their hearts.

Funds raised are donated to various charitable projects and causes as agreed upon collectively by Lockton employees and governed by the Lockton Charity Trustees.

Our vision is to continue to provide support for the fundraising activities of Lockton employees and so far we have raised in excess of £1m.

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Rainy Day Trust

Growing from its foundations as the ironmongery and hardware trades benevolent society in 1843, Rainy Day Trust now provides support to a modern workforce.

Beneficiaries may work in DIY retail, manufacture, distribution or as tradespeople within the home improvement and enchancement industries. Rainy Day Trust awards grants, financial, legal, and other flexible support to individuals (and families) working in these jobs, when needed.

In these days of austerity and high living costs, Rainy Day Trust makes a very practical difference to working people struggling to make ends meet for whatever reason. Recent outcomes of our support have included preventing a family eviction and giving grants to apprentices struggling to complete their studies.

Through our advice and counselling services we are also able to help with mental health problems and worklessness.

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Reading Citizens Advice Bureau

We've been supporting people in Reading for over 70 years - helping them to help themselves. We give advice face-to-face, by the telephone and online to people struggling with debt, benefits, employment, housing and discrimination. Anyone in Reading can use our service. People come from all walks of life, since a life crisis can happen to anyone, at any time.

We also work hard to prevent problems by:

  • giving 'money awareness' training to young people.
  • building links to vulnerable groups
  • spotting emerging issues which we take to national level to influence Government policy.

The demand for our service is already greater than we can meet. Last year we had to turn away over 2,000 people because we just didn't have the resources to help them. Now the economic downturn and the Government's Welfare Reform Programme are increasing demand even further.

We stretch our income as far as it will go, but it costs £1,500 and takes a year to train a volunteer to be a high-quality advisor. Our existing sources of funding are becoming more uncertain and we are working constantly to try and find new funding. Your support is really important.

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The Hairdressers' Charity

The Hairdressers' Charity is dedicated to helping hairdressers in need. Born from the Hair and Beauty Benevolent, we've offered financial support to individuals and their families facing illness, bereavement or financial hardship since 1853. With your help we can always be relied upon to help those who need it most.

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The Retail Trust

From 1832 onwards, the Retail Trust has been caring for and protecting the lives of people working in retail. The Trust believes the health of our colleagues is the foundation they need to flourish in both work and life, creating a more sustainable and successful future for retail.

For our support services visit our Wellness hub at or call our 24 hour telephone helpline on 0808 801 0808.

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