Fundraising

2018/19 Fundraising Events

We are a local, independent charity so we regularly engage in fundraising events to help raise vital funds for the charity and enjoy ourselves along the way.

 

'We've been chosen by Coop Community Fund, to help raise money for a regular drop-in service at Redbourn.

The Co-op Local Community Fund helps to support local projects. Since its launch in 2017, Co-op members have raised £39 million pounds for over 12,000 local causes. Citizens Advice St Albans & District will now be able to access this funding opportunity.
How it works:
Every time a member shops at the Co-op, 1% of what they spend on Co-op branded products and services helps fund community projects. Members can shop at any Co-op Group store across the UK.

If you're not already a member, simply click on the link below, sign up and choose CASTAD as your chosen cause. Every time you shop, you'll be helping CASTAD.
http://www.coop.co.uk/membership
How you can help:
To encourage as many people as possible to support our project, please share this link with your friends and family.
https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/24996

A big thank you to everyone who joined us on 10th September, for The St Albans Legal Walk 2018, raising funds for local legal advice charities to support work in helping vulnerable people in desperate need of advice.

If you were unable to join us, there’s still time to donate - simply click on the button below. 

Donate

Help us reach our £500 target, which will be matched by the organisers, Eastern Legal Support Trust (ELST)

 

Thank you for your support!

What we plan to do with the funds raised:

Unmet demand for our service has increased threefold. With your help, we plan to increase our opening hours and the number of users we are able to see. From our research, 20% of people can't self-help because they lack IT skills, are too stressed or unconfident. A trained volunteer in reception at each of our walk-in face-to-face sessions across the district would be able to support and guide some users, without the need for an appointment. .

Potentially, this new service would increase access to our service; reduce waiting times and relieve the demand on our volunteer advisers. Importantly, users would leave armed with the tools they need to resolve their issues and feel more confident. .