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Social campaigners

Over a month what do you spend 10 minutes doing? Queuing for the bus? Waiting for the kettle to boil? Trying to figure out 4 across? If you’re like us, you probably spend a lot longer than 10 minutes doing these things. Why not sign-up to become a Citizens Advice social campaigner and give us just 10 minutes each month so together we can make society fairer for everyone?

Social campaigners will use social media to campaign on behalf of Citizens Advice and help us make a difference for everyone in the country.

What do we want?

We know you’re busy so let’s get to the point. If you join us we’ll send you an  email every month that suggests three super quick actions for you to take. It might be to share some of our advice with your friends, watch a video, tell your MP about our campaign, or fill in a survey. Whatever the action, it will always be making a difference for our campaigns and our clients’ lives.

Of course, it’s always optional (you don’t have to click our links!) and won’t take longer than 10 minutes. You can see how easy it is from our previous campaigner actions.

Why should you bother?

Each year Citizens Advice Bureaux see millions of people who really need our help there and then. A lot of these individual problems reveal bigger collective problems which can hurt us all so we take what we learn advising people and change the causes of their problems.

We do this through campaigning. And with your help we can change more lives for the better.

But what if you don’t use social media yet?

Don’t worry if you’re not a social media expert, the actions will be simple and full guidance will be given with each email so you don’t need to be, but if you do want to learn a bit more about social media we’ve put together some resources for our campaigners on what makes a good social campaigner.

Sign me up!

So you want to join? Congratulations on making this excellent decision we just need a few details.

And you can check out our previous campaigner actions if you're still not sure.

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