Support Us

Please consider supporting Coventry Citizens Advice. As a local charity, we support people through a range of issues; transforming people’s lives and making the city a better place to live and work. The people we help may be you, your employees, your customers, your friends and relatives.

There are lots of ways you can support us from sponsoring us, donating money or equipment, to volunteering time and skills. In addition to knowing that you are helping thousands of people in the community every year and benefiting the local economy, it can also help your company’s local reputation and increase your employee engagement.

Without the assistance of community-minded individuals and organisations just like yours, we wouldn’t be able to continue to serve those in our community each year. We hope that you will be able to help us.

My sincere thanks,

Kate Algate, Chief Executive


Donate to our work through our PayPal donate page

You can support us through our PayPal Donate page, a simple and safe way to support our work.

You can also support us for free every time you shop online through our Give As You Live page.

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Sponsor us

Our sponsors are essential to our ongoing service to the people of Coventry

The funding we receive does not cover the total amount we need to run our Core Services. The demand for our services is increasing. Out of 22 national charities, the Citizens Advice service is ranked by the general public as being the most helpful, approachable, professional, informative, effective/cost effective, reputable and accountable.

The work we do has a significant impact on people’s health and wellbeing. We achieve the following positive impacts reported by people after receiving advice : Mental well being + 81%, Money + 51%, Physical Health + 45%, Housing + 24%, Relationships + 21% and Employment + 17%.

What we will do for you

We will display your logo and company details on our website
You will receive our public thanks via Social Media
You will receive our public thanks on our waiting room displays