About AdviceUK

We are a registered charity which supports the country’s largest network
of Independent Advice Services.

We provide support to front-line centres / agencies that offer independent social welfare and legal advice to those in need.

Over 700 members currently work with us and we provide services
for a further 500 organisations.

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Latest news

AdviceUK COVID-19 Emergency Appeal

AdviceUK are launching this COVID-19 Emergency Appeal to help support the invaluable work that advice-giving agencies are providing across the country, whilst experiencing extreme financial pressures themselves. Your donations will help advice agencies to continue providing life-changing expert advice at this time of dire need.

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Latest jobs

Housing Advisor

Do you have a passion for helping others, sense of justice and an enthusiastic and innovative approach?

Apply for the role of Housing Advisor at the University of London and help support students and staff living in the private rented sector.

Coerced Debt Specialist

Surviving Economic Abuse and Money Advice Plus are seeking to jointly appoint a Coerced Debt Specialist to contribute to the successful delivery of the Economic Abuse Evidence Form (EAFE) Pilot Project, whilst also providing expertise on economic abuse and debt/benefits to professionals, industry bodies and policy makers.

Money Advice Caseworker

This is a full-time role, however part-time/job share applications will be considered. We are looking for a positive. professional person with experience of providing money advice. Covering the Exeter and Teignbridge areas, the successful candidate will be responsible for delivering a high quality support service to clients, helping to sustain tenancies and prevent eviction wherever possible.

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services, but also links us to the wider network of organisations
nationally.” – Luton Law Centre

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