Our client lives in Cornwall and has a son in palliative care at Bristol hospital. Her son has Cerebral Palsy along with other complex needs. Our client also has 3 other children to look after so is having to come back and forth from Bristol regularly. This money would go towards some of the costs of travelling Bristol Hospital.
This young man is the sole carer for his 13 year old daughter. He has fallen into debt and wants a fresh start with a Debt Relief Order. He is working in the building trade. He is keen to not have to service these debts and move forward. He is struggling without much family support.
E is a single mum of two young boys; she has been given notice on her rented furnished home. E has found a a place to rent but it is unfurnished. E has managed to get most of the items donated for the new property and works hard to provide for her boys. The boys have no beds and the bedroom is only big enough for bunk beds to fit in. It would be great to bless them all. Thank you in advance
Mum is attending trauma recovery workshops at our Centre. Her old Land rover needs too much work to pass the MOT due this month. We have already sourced £200 for her. A car is available locally with a long MOT for £400. With her own contribution, another £100 would pay for an available car for school runs and essential appointments. Her partner is to return to the family home soon after suffering poor mental ill-health last year. The family live in a rural area with no public transport.
Our client is currently being supported by our foodbank with regular food parcels due to ongoing problems around debt, low income and universal credit adjustments and delays. One of our client’s daughters needs a new school uniform, but there simply isn’t enough money available for these items. Our client’s daughter is currently having to continue to wear clothes that she has now outgrown and we would be very grateful if she could be assisted with money to purchase shoes and clothing.
Our client is currently struggling to purchase basic weekly items such as food and utilities. We are assisting her with regular food parcels from our foodbank. However, returning home from school the other day her double buggy collapsed and is beyond repair. We would like to assist her with purchasing a second hand replacement. One of her daughters has special needs and is autistic so it is important for her to be strapped in and safe walking back and forward to school each day.
This mum of four young children is working hard to keep afloat financially whilst she is dealing with her debts. She is working with Christians Against Poverty to clear the debt but has no spare money to pay for the DRO fee of £90. If you could help with this it will enable her to be free of her debt and to rebuild her life. Thank you.