Jane Woolley is responding to Citizens Advice’s challenge to walk 10 miles to celebrate its 80th birthday and she would like your support. Her last challenge was a half marathon to celebrate her 80th birthday, which raised over £3,000 for improvements to Hambledon Village Shop. This one is for an equally worthwhile cause.
As a past Citizens Advice advisor, Jane is very aware of the huge range of practical advice and support which the charity can provide for people from every sector of the community. It covers a range of problems that most of us don’t realise exist – until, whatever our circumstances, we suddenly come face to face with them and don’t know where to turn for help. That’s when Citizens Advice can make all the difference – either by pointing people in the right direction to help themselves or by putting them in touch with those who have the relevant professional expertise to provide the guidance that, hopefully, will lead to a successful resolution of the problem.
So please sponsor Jane. A pound a mile would be fantastic; anything more would be even better! If you are lucky you will never be a beneficiary of your generosity but, if you aren’t, the fact that Citizens Advice is just around the corner could help you turn a potential disaster into a solvable problem.
You can donate on-line here , or you can put your contribution (either cash or a cheque, payable to Citizens Advice Waverley) in an envelope with the accompanying form and hand it in at the shop counter.
Thank you very much.