P&T are a lovely couple working with Christians Against Poverty. They got into debt when they were on a low income and not aware of the benefits they could receive. T lost her job as a carer as she was too caring and told she spent too much time with clients! They became homeless, sleeping on a friend's floor for a year. T has depression and has been unable to go out for three years. A debt relief order would be a relief from the stress and allow T to recover. 2nd request for DRO for both.
This man asked for money to support his family. He is an asylum seekers with no support and has two children. He wanted to buy clothes and food.
J lives with her two daughters in rented accommodation. One daughter is at college, the other, with mild learning disabilities, has a four year old son living with her in the household. Since her partner left five years ago, J has found herself in increasingly unmanageable debt which she will not be able to pay off on her Job Seekers allowance. She cannot find the £90 to pay the DRO fee and would welcome any help.
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 has 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. 3rd request.
Keith is a lovely young man working with Christians Against Poverty. Keith was abused as a child and six years ago was involved in a court case to convict the perpetrator. Going through this was too much for him - it brought everything to the fore, he took an overdose and the case was dropped. Keith has struggled with mental health ever since and has got into debt as a result. A donation to his insolvency fees will be a huge message of blessing to Keith and allow him to make a fresh start.