AdviceUK Membership – Different Together

We are the biggest network of independent advice centres in the UK, and we believe there is strength in unity. Being a part of our family helps our members run more efficient services, and get on with the important business of advising those in need. As part of your membership, you will receive a number of benefits and discount on our range of services.

AdviceUK Members Helping…

OVER 2,000,000

Enquiries a year

OVER 1,400,000

Clients

THROUGH 750

Members

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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

Trainee Money Advice Technical Supervisor

This is an exciting development opportunity for an experienced caseworker, ready to work towards a Technical Supervisor role. It is a trainee role, supported by the GMMAP quality team, leading to a permanent Technical Supervisor position. (subject to future funding)

The focus is sharing your skills and knowledge to coach and support advisors and trainees to meet MaPS quality standards whilst developing your supervisory and leadership skills.

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Disability Law Service is a unique national organisation providing a free legal advice and representation service for disabled people. Since 1975 we have been challenging the poverty and inequality faced by people with disabilities by securing equal access to legal rights and entitlements. We are also playing a growing role in commenting on and influencing policy as it relates to disabled people. We are a Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisation (DDPO), meaning that we are led by those with experience of the issues that we aim to address. We are a registered charity.

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

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