KO is an ex-offender who has been homeless and now has his own home. He has been donated a bed and other items but does not have a washer. He is autistic and has other mental health problems
Emma is a single mother on ESA with 2 children under 13. Her 2 year old daughter has 4 holes in the heart & continues to have surgery for this. They have to move house from a 2 to a 3 bedroom as daughter needs her own room due to her illness. This has been granted & she moves in the next 2 weeks. The house has no carpets & she feels that she needs to at least have a carpet in the living area & her daughter's bedroom. She will struggle to pay moving costs. Any donations to help this family will be gratefully received. Thank you.
N works full time on low wages, and his wife B recently had her part time hours reduced at work, debts are spiraling out of control, they are now unable to meet extra costs medication/dental work , N had a heart attack 5 years ago, he now requires medication for reminder of life costing £120 a year, in recent months N has had to make the choice between eating or purchasing medication, causing high stress levels, Any help would be appreciated.
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.
Sue took on two jobs, resulting in depression and blackouts. Now she's having hospital investigations to find out what's wrong and has no job at all. She has incurred debts and can't afford to eat properly with the burden of repayments. She has sought help from the Citizens Advice Bureau, who have advised a Debt Relief Order. Sue would be very grateful for help with the fee, and release from her debt burden would make a much-needed difference to the quality of her life and her morale.
Last year Sue lost her job of ten years. She started really struggling with money and things went downhill, leaving her in debt. She was unwell and went on to Employment Support Allowance, but then failed an assessment and has been told to go back to work. She is now working with Christians Against Poverty to sort her debt. She is living on a very tight budget, so your donation would allow her to become free of debt sooner and make a fresh start.
M has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, rheumatoid arthritis and is having tests for suspected cancer. She is on employment and support allowance and a low total income. The grant is to buy a sofa for her flat. £120 would get M a second hand one from a local shop. She has an armchair but has nowhere to offer her son or brother to sit when they visit. Family support is vital and it is important to M that she can spend time comfortably with them.
Leanne is a lovely lady working with Christians Against Poverty. She got into debt when her marriage broke down and she was left to manage her money on her own. The stress of debt mounted and she became unwell. Her job then moved to Kent and she sent six months doing a four hour round commute, which quickly exhausted her and she has become very mentally unwell. She has been caught in a spiral of debt and poor health. A donation to insolvency fees would help her to break this cycle.
Please can you help this lady who took on the tenancy of a nearby furnished flat to nurse her terminally ill mother until she died in April last year. She continued to live there but became very unwell with severe depression. She has moved in with her daughter and grandson and is making progress. Both are on benefits. She has been sleeping on the floor but a good mattress has been donated today. A base for it would complement it wonderfully and aid her recovery with a good night's sleep.
Pippa is a lovely single mum working with Christians Against Poverty. Things have been very difficult for her in the last few years. She got into debt when her brother committed suicide. She became very anxious and depressed and was not paying the bills. SInce then she has lost her nan, and then her father also committed suicide last year. Pippa is very hardworking and keen to get out of debt. A donation to her debt relief order would allow her to wipe the debt and give her a fresh start.
Single man struggling on low income. Has health issues and is on ESA. Looking for finance to meet electricity costs for his home.
May suffers from depression and can't hold down a job. Due to a misunderstanding about applying for benefits, she is now in rent arrears and under threat of eviction. This would make her young son homeless too. The Citizens Advice Bureau has advised that May's only option to escape eviction is a Debt Relief Order to clear her debts. May would be very grateful for a kind donation for the fee.
A young lady in Middlesbrough with mental health problems is moving from supported living into her own property. This is a big step for her and she will continue with support to make this move a success. Would Acts 435 be able to help her obtain a living room carpet.
This lady has found herself homeless at the age of 55 following the breakdown of marriage. We have secured her a room in a Hope into Action Lincoln home, found her a church befriender, got her some volunteering within a local church project too. As a nurse she has given much of her life to helping of others, we are working with her to rebuild her life and the first point she has identified is dealing with the trauma of an abusive relationship and making things right with God.
I am a vulnerable young male with high anxiety issues, and I have had to move from a furnished bedsit to alternative accommodation due to my poor mental health. The new property is unfurnished and I do not have any furnituire, so I am leaving with nothing. I have multiple debts and arrears of rent and I am on a low level income from benefits. I would be grateful for any assistance that you may be able to provide to purchase the requested items.
A from Cornwall recently had a heart attack and had stents fitted. At present he is receiving Statutory Sick Pay of £82.70 per week.. He has been working with CAP and is now completely debt free and he wants to stay that way. However he lives in a caravan on a farm 3 miles from the nearest bus stop. He is not yet allowed to walk that far. He needs the road tax for his car to get about. Please help him stay debt free and get on with his life.
Nan had a stroke last year and hasn't been able to get back to work. She shares her home with her daughter and grandchild who help her to manage. Sadly Nan's finances went out of control while she was ill, and she now has lots of debts. The Citizens Advice Bureau has advised Nan that a Debt Relief Order is the only option to clear her debts and make ends meet while on benefits. Nan hopes that kind donors will help her with the fee.
A young man with very poor mental health is living in a flat and has not furniture at all, he is in desperate need of some seating, please could Acts 435 help him.
This gentleman suffers from vascular dementia and has recently had his right leg amputated due to knee problems. He is currently in hospital awaiting discharge but the state of his home has been assessed during this time and it has been noted that he doesn't have a working fridge. He cannot afford to purchase one from his Employment and Support Allowance, so I am hoping that you may be able to help.
Elizabeth is working with CAP to help clear her debts. She is having a lot of pain in her mouth due to ill fitting dentures. Her Dentist has told her she needs new dentures but she is unable to afford this and is not entitled to free treatment. She would be really grateful if Acts 435 could help in any way. Her dentures will probably cost about £200.
IW suffers from ill health and is living on sickness benefits. His wife ided 3 years ago from a brain tumour. His washer is broken beyond repair and he is struggling to wash by hand.
L is currently unemployed due to health issues and is finding the stress of debt is making her very anxious. She is working with Christians Against Poverty and a debt relief order would mean she can have a fresh start and no longer have to worry about the pressure of debt.
This lady has four of her 8 children living with her, she was about to lose her home but Christians Against Poverty went to court with her and she is now able to stay in her home. She has been through a very difficult time, and has also been suffering poor health. She needs quite a lot of things, but the priority is a cooker. Being able to cook food properly will help her improve her health.
K & S are young parents of a 18 month old daughter. Their accommodation is very damp and consequently the child's cot mattress has become mouldy causing the baby to be very ill. They need a new cot mattress very urgently.
K is a 54 yr old lady who has significant ongoing health issues, and is currently with Christians Against Poverty on a repayment plan. She is awaiting a brain scan, and has deteriorating sight and mobility. She has just been awarded a ground floor flat, and will be moving from her first floor flat in the same town We have volunteers to help with her move. but the new flat has concrete floors and she needs to fund floor covering before moving in.
T suffered from domestic violence. She wasn't aware her ex-partner hasn't pay any rent and other bills. As a result, she had to shoulder the debts and looked after her children. The pressure became so big such that the social services removed her children from her. Since then, she had been feeling very low. The pressures on debt is a burden. To go through debt relief order will give her a new fresh start.