Thursday 30 June 2016
Leading local advice charity, Citizens Advice Exeter, is celebrating a lottery award of £9,187 from the Big Lottery Fund.
The charity, which won the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service earlier in the month, will use the lottery funding to build capacity for its information and advice services through the purchase of new equipment and delivery of training. The grant will also provide adapted equipment for volunteers with additional requirements.
Steve Barriball, Chief Executive of Citizens Advice Exeter, said:
“We are very grateful to the Big Lottery Fund for making this grant. The money will enable us to improve the way that we support our clients, and improve the learning, and office, environment for our volunteers.”