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Thank you so much for making a donation. It really helps.

We want to help everyone to have the knowledge, confidence and skills they need to deal with the law-related issues in their lives.  We are a small, dedicated team of just seven who run the award-winning Advicenow website, run our community education projects, and use research and policy to make the world a better place.

We use donations to keep self-help guides and tools on Advicenow up-to-date and available to everyone who needs them, and to support our work training some of the most vulnerable groups in the UK where other funding cannot be found. Without donations we wouldn’t be able to keep most of our information on Advicenow available for free.

What do we do?
  • We provide the genuinely useful self-help guides, tools and films to support those people who have to deal with their problems, largely without the help of an adviser or solicitor. Our guides, tools and films not only tell our users what they need to do, they show them how to do it. 
  • We deliver community based education and training projects that help vulnerable people and those that support them to understand how the law works and build their skills and confidence so that they can use it to improve their lives.
  • We combine research and practice to achieve excellence in public legal education and information. We promote the importance of high quality public legal education and information (PLEI) in order to develop and share good practice. 
 
Thank you so much for your support. You can also help us by telling people about us, by sharing our posts on twitter, Facebook or Linked in, and by reviewing guides or training sessions you have used.

Charity No: 1143589

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