This Christians Against Poverty client is on such a tight budget that it will take around 2 years to raise the money required to pay the Debt Relief Order fee. Client is understandably very distressed.
The tenant who came to us in need of accomodation, who we where able to house is now in need of funding to help pay for some clothes and a new haircut and shave. He came with absolutely no belongings and is in desprate need of fuinding to buy clothes so he has something more than just what he is wearing. Any support would be massively appreciated.
CR is a single mother with a 2 year old boy. She is about to move into a housing association property after living in temporary accommodation. She has spent her limited money on other essentials but needs help to buy a washer.
H. and her partner are on a low income, have 2 children and are struggling with unmanageable debt, which is causing stress and worry. They are now working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) and have been advised to apply for a debt relief order, which costs £90.00 each. Please consider donating to this to help this family have a fresh start.
This gentleman has had a tough few years: he has had cancer, lost his job and house and now lives in a small flat. His washing machine broke months ago and he has been unable to afford to repair it so has been washing his clothes in the bath. Please consider giving so he can purchase, and have plumbed in, a second hand washing machine.
R and his family are on a low income and are struggling with unmanageable debt, which is causing stress and worry. R also has health problems so is currently unable to work. They are now working with Christians Against Poverty and have been advised to apply for a debt relief order, which costs £90.00 each. R has managed to save £20 towards this. Please consider donating towards the remaining £70 fee this to help this family have a fresh start, and release from the stress of debt.
PH is disabled as a result of an accident and cannot work. He also suffers from severe anxiety. His washer is broken and he unable to wash his clothes by hand because of his disability. He therefore needs help to buy a washer.
Ms. E. Is a mother of 4 children. Under 13. She has been working, under non-fixed contract work. for the last three months. Her children currently need suitable beds. All support would be greatly appreciated. .
The client came to our Foodbank in need of food and while chatting to one of our volunteers talked about how he had fell behind on payments for his water rates and Tv license. The client started to feel anxious and stressed and has a health condition which is quite serious and gets worse the more stressed he is. This funding would help pay off all the debt and also cover the next months payments meaning he is fully up to date and able to move forward.
NF is a recovering addict who has mental health problems and haa attempted suicide. He is being supported by the Christians Against poverty Life Skills programme. he has a 16 year old son living with him and needs a cooker and a washer.
FCV is unemployed and seeking a job. He lives with his 17 year old brother who is in full time education. They have spent what little money they have in buying essential white goods and furniture but still lack a fridge freezer.
The client who was recently homeless has now been given his own flat but is still in need of support with furnishings for the property. We have been able to help him with couches and a Tv but he still needs a washing machine, cutlery and plates. Any support would go a long way to helping him back on to his feet as he looks for a job.
The client came to us in need of support after finding out he was in a large amount of rent arrears, he had thought he was paying on time each month but it was only recently the letting manager told him that he was underpaying each month and has now presented him with a bill for over £200. This funding would help clear a large portion of that debt and prevent him from being evicted.