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Donate to the AdviceUK Foundation Fund

The Foundation Fund is AdviceUK’s vehicle for raising funds to financially support our members. The Fund received its first donation in 2017 and we’ve been building it since to create an endowment and income from which to provide grants.

Donate to AdviceUK to support our work

Every pound we receive really does makes a difference.

We are an independent charity working to support the provision of independent advice to the general public. We receive no government funding for our running costs. We generate a high proportion of our income ourselves from fees and commissions but beyond that we seek grants and donations to channel more support to our members – many of whom have very small budgets indeed.

Donating to AdviceUK will allow us to do more for our members at less cost to them. It will enable us to provide more member events and communications, to deliver more expert training and to influence positive change for the advice sector at a national level.

If you pay income tax, your donation will be worth even more to us if you pay through the Gift Aid scheme.

For information on how you can support us via Payroll Giving, please go to:

If you are sending a cheque, please send your donation to:
AdviceUK, Suite 610, 150 Minories, London, EC3N 1LS

Gifts left in wills are also an option to donate to AdviceUK. Any amount, large or small, will help. We are always grateful for what you can give. Your solicitor or legal adviser will be able to advise you how to go about this.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsor an AdviceUK Event

Sponsoring an AdviceUK event gives your organisation exposure to a significant and diverse range of advice-giving organisations, at the event itself and during its promotion in the lead up to the event via social media and email channels.

We have a range of sponsorship packages to choose from, so please get in touch with us for more information.

Sponsor a Trainee

It is vital that people giving advice are properly trained. This training however, can prove expensive for small charities. You can alleviate this cost burden by sponsoring one or more trainees as they undertake our Learning To Advise course.

Contact us for more information.

Sponsor Research

We do not have sufficient funds to have a permanently staffed research team. However, we have a track-record of commissioning important pieces of research. You could lend your name to a similarly important project by sponsoring such research.

Contact influencing to see how you could help.


Corporate or individual supporter.

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 Latest News 

Together, AdviceUK members are a vibrant and diverse community of advice services. They are at the heart of everything we do as a team of staff and trustees at AdviceUK.  This is because we know how important it is for our members to exist, whether part of a student union, housing association or large charity – or a small, independent, service providing general advice to their local community or specialist advice. 

Woman receiving advice with baby in arms

AdviceUK have been working with the Scottish Government to distribute almost £1 million of funding to partnerships between advice agencies and other local services in Scotland, such as schools, charities, hospitals and mental health services, as part of the government’s new Accessible Advice Fund.

We are really proud to publish our latest annual impact report, describing the work of our Influencing and Engagement team in 2022-23 and shows how our work has helped to improve our members’ ability to support the people who use their services.

AdviceUK is delighted to announce that it has successfully secured three years of funding from London Legal Support Trust to work with London’s minority ethnic and migrant communities, AdviceUK members, and those resourcing them. Together we will co-design Workforce Pathways that understand and improve the experiences of people as they start working or volunteering in the advice sector and progressing their careers.