M lives with her two sons, 11 and 18. She has been moved into temporary accommodation and now faces a huge energy bill; part of the bill is from the previous tenant but the energy company is refusing to clear any of the bill. £120 would help her clear a chunk of the bill and make it more manageable.
S needs help to pay off her debts and buy enough food for her home. She's owing on her rent and has been paying it bit by bit, but this is preventing her from buying enough food. She has collected food from the foodbank more than 7 times, which is above the usual limit she's entitled to. Presently, she's still owing £100 and she wants to pay it off for peace of mind and to be able to buy her own food.
Our client is 57 years old and struggling to buy food and heat her house. She owed debts on gas and electricity. She has since paid £200 out of £285 she owed, and this is affecting her from having enough food and heating for her house. She would be so grateful if you could help her pay off the £85 balance so she can live a normal life.
C has many health problems and as a result needs a lot of different prescriptions. She is currently in arrears with her rent and her daughter has just been diagnosed with depression. She is more concerned about paying essential bills and looking after her family, so she has decided not to purchase her prescriptions for the foreseeable future because she cannot afford both. A donation towards a Pre-paid Prescription Certificate would be of great benefit to her immediate health.
P is 72. She has suffered abuse from her son and recently changed the locks to prevent him returning. But she can't move back in as he had dumped his possessions and there is not even room to sleep. She can arrange for a Bulky Waste Collection to collect the large furniture items, costing £65. Her sole income is her state pension and her abusive partner coerces her into giving him money to buy alcohol. She will move without him and her daughter will deal with money for waste removal.