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The work we do with schools is far-reaching

Many of us volunteer as Reading and Number Partners for local primary school pupils. We bring numbers to life with maths parties, and help them budget with imaginary money.

£204,503 raised in 2016


We're an imaginative and creative lot. From bake sales to Monopoly walks to 100 mile relay challenges, we raise money for worthy causes in any way we can.

Supporting our community



Through our work with schools, charities and community groups, we play an active role in our local communities  -  and we have lots of fun doing it!

We're proud to work with national and local charities

We support several national charities with fundraising and volunteering - The Royal British Legion, Comic Relief, and BBC Children in Need.

Making a difference to our communities

Our staff volunteer and share their skills with local charities and community groups.

And through our Charitable Foundation we've donated more than £1.1 million to deserving causes since 1998.

A relationship to be proud of

 

Since 2008, we’ve donated £13.9 million for The Royal British Legion.

We’re proud to help provide support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families. 

Latest Society news

October 2017

Get Online Week - Inspiring confidence in our residents

 

Coventry Citizens Advice (CCA) marks national Get Online Week (2 to 8 October) by calling on residents lacking the confidence in using the internet to get in touch.

September 2017

Cirencester branch wins community award

 

Congratulations to our Cirencester branch, whose partnership with GDA (Gloucestershire Deaf Association) was a winner in the 2017 Local Business Charity Awards.

September 2017

Colleagues complete Trekfest for charity

 

Sixteen colleagues across the Society's Risk, Finance and Strategy teams completed Trekfest, a 25km walk in the Peak District.