What do our volunteers say?

What do our volunteers say?

Every session is different. You can actually make a difference for people, and you are valued for who you are. – Angela, High Wycombe

I have increased confidence, much more knowledge, lots of new friends and respect from my children. – Margaret,Havering CAB

It’s a vital service run for and by people of all ages. – Stephen, Rugeley CAB

The training was extremely thorough.The support is fantastic from everyone in the bureau. I find being an adviser rewarding, stimulating, at times humbling,and very enjoyable. – Stephen, Rugeley CAB

The other volunteers are very friendly, and we work as a team helping each other. – Anita, Farnborough CAB

It’s great being able to help people in so many different ways, being able to learn from and appreciate what others are experiencing, and there’s a real co-operative spirit in the bureau. – Michael, Tonbridge CAB

I’ve become more aware of what my rights are and got to meet some great people. It helps you to better yourself and it helps on your CV to get a job and further your career. – Shabana, Manchester CAB Telephone Advice Line

I get a real feeling of satisfaction from making a difference, especially for people less able to stand up for their rights. – Denise, Bedworth & District CAB

I get a sense of being involved – I like being part of the bureau activities and keeping up with issues. I feel proud of the CAB and being part of it – and we have a laugh too. – Karin, Oxford CAB

I wish I started 30 years ago! I’ve learned new skills, including computing. Volunteering with CAB keeps you involved with the real world. – Sheila, Witney & District CAB