There are lots of ways you can support our work and help us to make a real difference…

Fundraise for us when you shop online

You can raise money for us every time you shop online. It’s simple to set up and doesn’t cost you a thing. Just visit to register. 

If you shop on Amazon, please use Amazon Smile and choose North Bristol Advice Centre as your charity. It is the same as regular Amazon, but they will donate money to us for every purchase made. Just visit Amazon Smile to register.

Join us on our Bristol Legal Walk

Every year, we join the sponsored “walk for justice” in Bristol to raise awareness of the need for free legal advice, and to fundraise for North Bristol Advice Centre. If you’d like to join our team, please get in touch.

Fundraising Activities and Events

Plan your own fundraiser for North Bristol Advice Centre and raise the funds we need to keep our services going.

Here are some ideas to get you started….

>> Join a race and use your place to raise money for North Bristol Advice Centre. Whether it’s 5k or an ultra-marathon, every mile will change lives.

>> Organise a sponsored walk or bike ride with friends and family.

>> Go virtual and take on a challenge from home. Clock up the miles over a week, month or more and keep everyone updated with your progress.

>> Hold a bake sale, organise a quiz or hold coffee morning.

Please contact us

If you are inspired to fundraise for North Bristol Advice Centre, we will support you every step of the way. Please contact:

Katherine Tanko
0117 951 5751 Ext 216

Client stories

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Luis’ story

Luis, an EU national, had his Universal Credit stopped due to an incorrect decision on his immigration status leaving him and his young son struggling.

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Frank’s story

When Frank reached retirement age, he was automatically moved from Universal Credit to State Retirement Pension which disrupted his other benefits and left him short of money.

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Helena’s story

After losing her job to illness, Helena had accrued debts of nearly £12,000 and was having huge deductions taken from her Universal Credit each month.