Our volunteers are the heart of Citizens Advice Cornwall and provide the bedrock of the work that we do and the service we provide.
Giving your time as a volunteer with Citizens Advice is a challenging but extremely rewarding role and makes such a difference to the lives of the people of Cornwall. For over 80 years, Citizens Advice Cornwall has been a fundamental part of the community that provides advice and assistance to the members of the public and this has existed because of the time, commitment and dedication of our volunteers.
Volunteering with Citizens Advice Cornwall can come in a variety of ways and roles. We provide a supportive and welcoming team who will provide full induction and training to assist in your development within the role you choose. We aim to provide an individualised voluntary experience for all who choose to work with us, identifying people’s skills and ambitions within the service to create a volunteer path that is best suited for them.
No previous experience or qualifications are necessary, as our nationally recognised and accredited training programme and highly skilled supervision is provided for free. You will only need to be friendly, approachable and have a desire to help others. We welcome people from all walks of life, and value the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills from everyone’s own individual backgrounds and lived experiences.