Citizens Advice Maidenhead and Windsor provides free, independent and impartial advice throughout our borough.
We do this by raising grants from relevant local authorities and borough councils, business sponsorship and fundraising activities.
Our advice covers a wide range of social and domestic problems including housing, debt, employment and domestic violence. Our Advisers research all client options and look at the possible outcomes of difference courses of action. They do not tell clients what to do but encourage them to make their own decisions based on the latest information available.
Every year Citizens Advice puts thousands of pounds back into the pockets of hard-pressed families, the unemployed, homeless and poorest communities it serves. It does this by helping them to manage their money, claim their full financial entitlements and avoid the costs of getting into debt.
This money is critical to their lives and to local business. Without money people cannot afford the essentials of life and without spending local business cannot thrive.
You can help us to keep local markets bouyant by supporting our work with people in need in your community.
Citizens Advice Maidenhead and Windsor is a unique partner, a charity with a professional and independent approach. We know that every company is unique too, so we will work closely with partners to tailor lasting partnerships that delivery impressive results.
Citizens Advice Maidenhead and Windsor is looking for corporate partners to work alongside us on four critical strands of our work in the local community:
Debt, benefits, employment and housing are just four of the major issues facing over 4,000 Maidenhead and Windsor clients who come to us for help each year. We invite you to join in delivering this essential service to our community. Your support will be prominently featured in all our publicity and on large banner displays at the point of delivery.
If you would like to speak to us about supporting Citizens Advice Maidenhead and Windsor please contact us on 01628 674842 or via email