Support Us

Support Us

Citizens Advice Ipswich is a locally funded independent charity. Our advice is free, and always will be. We are very grateful for the donations large and small from our supporters.

Here’s how you can join the people who support us:

Raise free funds when you shop online

You can now help raise donations for Citizens Advice Ipswich without even leaving your sofa. And it doesn’t cost you a penny!

The Giving Machine is a fundraising charity set up to help other charitable causes raise money online.

By signing up to support us and shopping online via The Giving Machine, you will generate a free cash donation for us. With over 2,000 of your favourite retailers, including Amazon, eBay, M&S, NEXT, Tesco, Sainsbury, John Lewis and Ocado, you are bound to find what you need and unlock free cash for our cause.

To start raising free donations please go to:
https://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/causes/ipswich-and-district-citizens-advice-bureau-267299/
and click JOIN – it’s that easy.

Donate or Fundraise

If you are interested in making a one-off payment, a monthly payment, or even fundraising for us, you can donate by clicking the Just Giving button below. They will reclaim the appropriate amount of gift aid if you pay tax, which increases the amount we get from your donation by 25% – without costing you a penny more.

Alternatively, you can donate by post or in-person to our office at 19 Tower Street, Ipswich IP1 3BE.

Please make cheques payable to Citizens Advice Ipswich.

Other Donations

We would be grateful for any donations, including:

  • Boxes of tissues
  • Reams of A4 paper
  • Black ballpoint pens
  • Books of second-class stamps
  • Boxes of teabags. It takes a lot of tea to run a local Citizens Advice!
  • Packets of biscuits

A gift in your will

After providing for your loved ones, please consider leaving a legacy gift to Citizens Advice Ipswich. Your gift would allow us to continue to help people solve their problems. It would mean that our free, independent, confidential advice would be available to anyone who needs it. For more information, read our guide to Legacy Giving.