By choosing to volunteer with Hamilton Citizens Advice Bureau you’ll be giving something truly valuable back to the community. As a charity, our volunteers are essential to allow us to deliver the important work we do.
There are a broad range of volunteering roles available within Hamilton Citizens Advice Bureau, so you can use your knowledge, skills and experience where it matters most. From adviser roles to behind-the-scenes support, we’ll let you choose where you think you’ll make the greatest impact.
What are the benefits?
Volunteering is a fantastic way to stay active and involved in the local community. As a new member of our team, we know you’ll feel instantly at home. Let’s not forget the feel-good factor too! Giving people the information and advice they need to turn their lives around is definitely worth getting out of bed for. As well as making a big difference to people’s lives, you can also learn some valuable skills when volunteering with us. 42% of Citizens Advice Bureau volunteers go on to further education or employment. As a Citizens Advice Bureau adviser, you’ll be part of the wider Scottish Citizens Advice network and will have access to ongoing training and development. If you’d like to volunteer with Hamilton Citizens Advice Bureau or want to find out more, we’d love to hear from you.
What our volunteers say
Here’s what some of our volunteers have said about their experience with Hamilton CAB;
“I am currently completing my training to become an adviser. I am really enjoying it and the experience has been very beneficial to me. The training I have received has helped to build my confidence and I am gaining knowledge on a wide range of issues. Volunteering with Hamilton CAB is one of the best things I have done, I have taken more from this experience than anything else I have undertaken”
“I find volunteering at CAB to be interesting, challenging at times and rewarding. I had to retire early from my career and volunteering with CAB has allowed me to use the skills I developed during my time spent working. I enjoy being able to help people in my local community and I get to speak to people from all walks of life. Volunteering with CAB has allowed me the opportunity to continue on my lifelong journey of learning.”