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Membership Types

AdviceUK’s purpose and vision is to create a society wherein every individual, regardless of means, is able to access the advice they need in order to exercise their rights and deal with any legal and social welfare problems they may face.

We are primarily known for supporting single organisations that provide an advice service either to the public at large or some section of it. However, we also offer types of membership to suit different sorts of organisations with similar values that are doing similar or complimentary work.

Network Membership

Network Membership is for individual organisations. We aim to work both with and for our Network Members to the full extent that our resources will allow; for example through:

  • Advice centric information and updates
  • Regular networking and sharing of sector knowledge online and at events
  • Support services – with Croner business support and money advice support
  • Influencing and Engagement work with Government

Group Network Membership

If you are a consortium or network of advice-giving organisations, whether formal or informal, you might like to consider our Group Network Membership. A lead organisation or network hub will need to handle billing and act as a single point of contact when needed, in return for which we’ll offer a discount compared with individual Network Membership fees. Please contact membership for more details.


We offer Associate Membership to organisations that we are proud to associate with and who, while not being advice-providers, have objectives and values that are consistent with or complementary to our own. An annual Associate fee is payable, in return for which the Associate has network access to our other members and to our support.

We have a growing number of valued Associates including On Record, Fair For You, Rightly, The Vulnerability Registration Service, Turn2Us and Victim Support.

Please contact membership if you are interested in becoming an Associate Member.

 Latest News 

In advance of this autumn’s Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), AdviceUK has made representations to HM Treasury on what we see as the key issues affecting our members and the people they support.

In Bristol, the Aviva Foundation is already supporting Talking Money, St Pauls Advice Centre and AdviceUK to test out how a Whole Person, Whole Community Approach can contribute to building financially-resilient communities.

AdviceUK works with funders involved in the Community Justice Fund to ensure that a large segment of specialist legal advice continues to be funded, in addition to the support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

AdviceUK has produced a report containing information about clients and cases for the 12 months ending 31 March 2021. The report shows the impact that COVID-19 had on advice service delivery.