Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Citizens Advice Bureau gets donation boost

HENLEY Citizens Advice Bureau has received £6,000 in donations towards its telephone answering service and face-to-face sessions

HENLEY Citizens Advice Bureau has received £6,000 in donations towards its telephone answering service and face-to-face sessions.

The Rotary Club of Henley Bridge donated £3,000 and this was match-funded by financial services company Courtiers Asset Management, of Hart Street.

The firm has offered to match fund up to another £7,000 raised by other community organisations.

Chief investment officer Gary Reynolds said: “The Citizens Advice Bureau is a central part of the community but it is a charity that needs support. It’s a fantastic facility. Andy Jones, advice services manager for the bureau, said: “We are very grateful for the help and support of the community of Henley, Courtiers and both of the town’s Rotary clubs.” Citizens Advice is a charity offering advice on a range of issues, including employment, housing, money, benefits, immigration, relationships, discrimination and consumer problems. It is run mainly by volunteers who offer free, independent and confidential advice. If you would like to support Citizens Advice and have your donation doubled by Courtiers, call (01491) 578267 or email jimm@osavcab.org.uk Pictured, left to right, Gary Reynolds (chief investment officer, Courtiers), John Grout (president, Henley Rotary Club), Andy Jones (advice services manager, Citzens Advice Bureau Henley and Joy Arnott, president, Rotary Club of Henley Bridge





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