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We are a registered charity and a non-profit organisation. We get no direct government funding so we need donations to make sure we can continue the service we give to vulnerable people in Sussex.

If you would like to make a financial donation, then please contact Jackie Grigg or send a cheque made payable to MACS to:

Money Advice Plus
24 Old Steine
East Sussex 





Please remember Money Advice Plus in your will. 

Often people leave a legacy to a charity. If you’re thinking about this, you may want to include a local charity like us. Your legacy income would help Money Advice Plus ensure it continues to help disadvantaged people in Sussex. We’d be really grateful for your support.

Useful information on making wills is provided by Age Concern


Membership is open to any individual and any organisation. By becoming a member of the charity, you can show your support for the work we do. You’ll be invited to attend and vote at our Annual General Meeting and we hope you will take an active interest in our work and the development of our services. 

As a sign of commitment, a small fee is payable (£1 minimum for individuals and £5-10 minimum for organisations). Find out more by requesting a leaflet for more information or contact us.

"Money Advice Plus got me out of a big hole. I was depressed. Clearing debts got me out of the mire and helped me go forward, it gave me a way out."

"I was absolutely amazed! I am so grateful for your help with my financial difficulties. I wouldn't have even known about applying for assistance with utility bills and other things without your assistance."

"We've found Money Advice Plus very useful over the past few months. It is very re-assuring to be able to direct our residents to an agency we know will be able to clarify any money concerns. What they've liked the most is that you come to their homes to explain and help. They say it's a much more personal service than working with the Pension Service, and much less daunting."

Anchor scheme manager


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