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How you can support us

Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk is a locally funded independent charity. Our advice is free, and always will be.

All donations, no matter how large or small will support our work in helping the community of Mid Suffolk.

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 Mid Suffolk without you even leaving your sofa. And it doesn’t cost you a penny! With The Giving Machine we will receive a donation each time you shop online, at no cost to you.

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

Donate your Nectar point via Crowdfunder


Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk are on the Nectar Donate scheme. This means on our Crowdfunding page you can chose to either donate in the usual way to us, or donate Nectar points!

Like shopping at Amazon?


Shop at Amazon Smile and they’ll donate to us at Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk, at no cost to you. You use the same account on AmazonSmile as your usual Amazon account, so it couldn’t be easier – the only difference is 0.5% of the net purchase price will be donated to us!

By cheque

Post or in person to the office, 5 Milton Road South, Stowmarket IP14 1EZ. Please make cheques payable to Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau.

Other Donations

We would be grateful for any donations, including boxes of tissues, A4 paper, black ball points pens, books of second class stamps, teabags and biscuits – it takes a lot of tea to run a Citizens Advice!

A gift in your will

After providing for your loved ones, please consider leaving a legacy gift to Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk. 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.