Monday, April 22, 2024

CAB Awareness Week is March 11-17

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The Citizens Advice Bureau provides people with information and advice and connects them with specialist services. File photo supplied

Attention all rangatahi!

We know that becoming an adult means facing lots of new challenges, and it’s good to have somewhere to go when you have a question or need some advice.

That’s where we come in. The Citizens Advice Bureau can give you information and advice and connect you with any specialist services you may need.

We help you understand what your rights are, and we can support you with your next steps.

It doesn’t matter what the issue is – whether it’s about employment, flatting, buying a car, getting your ID sorted, or understanding your insurance – we’re here to help you.

And guess what? Our service is free! It’s also confidential and non-judgmental.

You can contact us through our freephone number 0800 367 222, pop in to see us at Cab Pakuranga, Pakuranga Library Building or CAB Botany – Nearby Rear Entry to Foodcourt (no appointment needed) or visit our website at to chat with us online call/text WhatsApp 02384382188

We have over 2000 CAB volunteers around Aotearoa delivering our service of information and advice to the public.

This means when you come to us for help, you get to speak with a real person if you want to!

You don’t have to be a New Zealand citizen or resident to get help from us. We’re here for everyone.

No matter who you are; if you need help and don’t know who to ask – ask us!

We’re also a great place for people to volunteer and make a difference in the community.

If you love helping people, then volunteering with the CAB could be just the thing for you.

As a CAB volunteer, you would receive awesome training, gain valuable experience, boost your CV, and get to work alongside dedicated volunteers of all ages, learning and making a positive impact together.

Come and be a part of the CAB!

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