Help us to keep helping!
Please help us to keep delivering our free and impartial advice service – it’s needed now more than ever.  Your support could help contribute to the cost of running:

  • our phone helpline, email and online service
  • our home visiting
  • our specialist caseworkers
  • our volunteer training programme

There are a number of ways you can support us financially

One off or regular donations

We can accept one off and regular online donations via JustGiving or Local Giving. Or you can get in touch with us at to arrange an alternative, eg BACS transfer (preferred) or cheque.

If you are a UK taxpayer you could also add Gift Aid to your donation, meaning we can reclaim basic rate tax on your gift – 25p for every £1 donated which really adds up!

Payroll giving

You can make a big difference to us and the people we help by making a regular contribution through your payroll. It’s an easy way to support us and is tax effective because donations are deducted before you pay tax.

Leave a legacy

If you’re making a will and considering charitable provision as part of this, please consider Citizens Advice East Herts as a beneficiary.  Even a small donation could make a huge difference to us and really help us plan for the future.

Fundraise for us

Some people choose to set up a birthday fundraiser for us on Facebook or hold coffee mornings, concerts or sponsored events. This is an area we’ll be developing more ideas around over time but we’d love to hear from you if you’d like to help us fundraise. If you’re connected with an organisation that would match your donation, even better!

Lottery Funding

When you shop online

You can be in with a chance to win up to £25,000 on East Herts Lottery and support us at the same time. Tickets cost £1 per week and we receive 50% of the ticket price.  (10% goes to other local causes.)

By shopping through Amazon Smile, The Giving Machine and Easy Fundraising

you generate commissions (at no cost to you) which are converted into charitable donations for us!

Town Centre, Bishops Stortford. Annual Christmas Fayre. CAB crew. 
Pic: Vikki Lince