GO is an asylum seeker. She has a 4 year old son and recieves not benefit. She suffers from mental health problems and is being supported by the Keyring charity and Childrens services. She needs a microwave to provide. hot meals
Babs is struggling to support her own 3 children, her mother in the south and another relative in the north of England. She therefore has to keep her car going, but this means that, although her children are being properly fed, Babs can't afford to feed herself. Babs has mental ill health, but now her physical health is also suffering. £100 to stock her food cupboard would help to keep her properly fed as well as being a real boost to her health and her morale.
Ben has learning difficulties and is wheelchair-bound. His benefit payments stopped due to a mistake by the DWP assessor, leaving him with no cash for food, heat or bus fares. Ben had to go 3 miles by hand-propelled wheelchair to get benefits advice. The Citizens Advice Bureau was able to get him an appointment about his benefits and give him his bus fare home. However, Ben urgently needs money for food and heating and hopes that a kind donation will see him through till his benefits are paid.
Single man struggling on low income. Has health issues and is on ESA. Looking for finance to meet electricity costs for his home.
This lady is facing bankruptcy following a divorce. She is working with Christians Against Poverty and Foodbank to enable her to get through it all. She works 20 hours per week on minimum wages. She has lost hope and is in fear of her future. Her home is heated with gas and needs to pay this bill. Please can you help her? .
'K' works very hard but is on a zero hour contract. It takes 2 weeks to get enough money for rent and another 2 weeks for gas, electric, council tax, bus fares. The little money left over goes on food for her family. She is trying hard to bring her children up with the right work ethics but finding it hard. Her health is starting to suffer due to the situation. Thanks for considering
"Mary's" house was recently broken into. She lost her money, her phone was smashed, her electricity fuse box was smashed - food in her fridge and freezer spoiled. Other random items were also trashed. Without a phone she can't communicate properly with the police and electricity company. The food bank is helping with food. We would like to buy a cheap mobile with some credit (£25), and give her some money for bus fares to get to appointments and to replace small personal items (toiletries etc).