Here at Citizens Advice Haringey volunteers are the life blood of our service. Volunteers work alongside our staff to deliver a wide range of support to the local community.
All volunteers receive role specific training and where possible access to employment opportunities within the organisation.
Citizens Advice provides free, confidential and independent advice to help people overcome their problems.
We are a voice for our clients and consumers on the issues that matter to them.
We value diversity, champion equality and challenge discrimination. We're here for everyone
Reasons to Volunteer with Us
Gain New Skills
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your local community, gain some new skills and meet some new people. It is highly rewarding whatever your personal circumstances.
If you are looking to get into work or fancy a change of career, volunteering with us can help to give you an extra edge and experience with us is highly regarded by employers.
Please do be aware that all our volunteers can reclaim their travel expenses to and from the office, as well as expenses incurred as a result of any other Citizens Advice business.
Volunteer Role Profiles
Click on your preferred Role Title for in depth role description
Client Facing Adviser
Social Media Assistant
Research and Campaigns
Social Media Assistant
To assist with keeping our Facebook and Twitter pages up to date with regular, relevant, interesting and timely posts
Current Volunteering Vacancies
To apply to become a Citizens Advice Haringey volunteer please complete the forms below and return to email@example.com
Volunteer Application Form (for all roles apart from Digital Advice)
Volunteer Diversity Monitoring Form
This role will be facilitated by our Crutch Haringey project.
Crisis Navigators will provide a point of contact for local people struggling with the impact of COVID-19. Mapping out, referring and signposting to the relevant support available in the borough to alleviate the impact of financial hardship.
A new role for us, which offers the possibility of remote working.
Interviewing to assess client problems and identify how best to help and resolve issues.
Advisers help clients to find information, researching and explaining possible options and providing practical help with completing forms.