As part of a new service offered by Citizens Advice, the Wiltshire Bureaux are seeking volunteers to be part of a team to provide basic financial education to community groups and one to one money mentoring.
The project, funded by Big Lottery, aims to empower people to make better budgeting, borrowing, saving and banking decisions. We will be working with local charities and agencies in the community to reach out to those needing support and up to date knowledge of money matters.
If you are looking for the opportunity to learn new skills and develop existing ones, this project offers roles as a:
Money Matters Trainer or a Money Mentor
Volunteers will receive free training with all expenses paid, as well as the opportunity to be part of a friendly team and work closely with your local community.
All sorts of people volunteer for Wiltshire Cizens Advice, and find it challenging, rewarding, varied and you never stop learning. We are looking for a minimum commitment of a half day per fortnight.
Wherever you are in Wiltshire from Corsham to Ramsbury, Malmesbury to Tidworth, if you would like to be a part of this team then please contact:
Anne Blackwell, Financial Capability Volunteer Coordinator Wiltshire Citizens Advice
Kestrel House, Mill Street
Trowbridge, BA14 8BE
Tel. 01225 781946