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We're all going the extra mile to raise money for Citizens Advice East Herts 
While we can't walk a marathon on our own, together we can achieve so much more! 

We're pounding the pavements and parks of East Herts, clocking up the miles, to fundraise for
Citizens Advice East Herts

Please support us by donating.

Total Miles Pledged So Far 0

Monica

I pledge to walk 16 miles

Rachel

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Maxine

I pledge to walk 6 miles

Tony

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Caroline

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Esther & Family

We pledge to walk 25 miles

Ewa

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Althea & Partner

We pledge to walk 10 miles

Addie

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Jane

I pledge to walk 10 miles

Sue

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Stephen

I pledge to walk 3 miles

Feride

I pledge to walk 1 mile

Barbara

I pledge to walk 2 miles

Colin

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Mark

i pledge to walk 5 miles

Nikky & Family

We pledge to walk 16 miles

Alison

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Nigel

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Helen

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Liz

I pledge to walk 5 miles

Calvin

I pledge to walk 8 miles

David, Angela, Jane, Althea and Po

We pledge to walk 25 miles

If you want to join us or come along to cheer us on, we'll be at

Stanstead Abbotts on Friday 5th July - Meet up at the end of Marsh Lane,
near the enterance of Lee Valley Regional Park at 9am.
Hartham Common, Hertford on Friday 12th July - Meet at the Car park at 10am.
Castle Gardens, Bishop's Stortford by the Link Road on Sunday 21st July - Meet at the Car park at 10am.

For more information email comms@citizensadviceeastherts.org.uk

Citizens Advice is vital for local people – none of us knows when we may need free, impartial and reliable advice to deal with a problem outside our control. As a charity we must fundraise to run our free advice service.  While we are a member of the Citizens Advice nationwide network, we receive no funding from the overarching organisation or from central government.  All our funding comes from local council grants, charitable grants and foundations for which we have to compete, as well as community fundraising. As the cost-of-living increases, we’re finding more people need our help, yet funding is harder to come by. Over the last five years, our grant from the local council has fallen by 56% (including inflation). This funding gap has meant that for the first time in 10 years, we have had to reduce our service by one day a week to save costs.

This is our first public fundraising campaign and we’re doing it because we need your support.  Without it, we won’t be able to help as many people in East Herts who so desperately need our help.

Can you help us to help our local community?  Your donation will be used solely to fund our free advice service.