Becoming a Member

Does your organisation provide social welfare advice (or information)? Do you fulfill the current membership criteria? Then you might already qualify for membership with AdviceUK. Find out about becoming a member here.

AdviceUK Membership – “Different Together”

Membership of the AdviceUK network is open to any organisation that satisfies the membership criteria set by the Board of Trustees. The criteria are designed to ensure a baseline of standards while accommodating the great diversity of organisations known to be providing help through advice. Our network has always celebrated that diversity and the charitable activism and innovation that has produced it. Our aim is to support not control. We recognise and value our members’ different identities and approaches in pursuit of common aims. Ours is a network within which members can be “Different Together”.
Our Logo
Our current logo was designed in 2007 to convey the “Different Together” nature of our network. The word ‘advice’ within the purple cartouche is formed of different fonts with each letter being drawn from one of our members’ own logos.

Why should we join?

There are many reasons why you should become a member of the biggest network for independent advice centres in the UK. As a national body we represent your interests to stakeholders and the government and provide a voice to funders and supporters. We offer many services and products tailored to the advice sector, and as a member you can benefit from discounts on all of them – helping you run better, more efficient services, and giving you the freedom to concentrate your efforts and resources on the people you help every day. Any money we make goes into providing more resources for our members.

“Our membership not only plugs us into your excellent information services, but also links us to the wider network of organisations nationally.”
– Luton Law Centre

What do we have to do to apply?

Download, fill out and send back the application form below.

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