J has come to us for help with his debts. Following the death of his ex he has given up work to take over the care and upbringing of his three children. He has historical debts and is now desperately struggling to manage with every day bills and payments. He has no-one to turn to for help. Getting a Debt Relief Order would get rid of his old debts so he can focus on the present and being the best parent he can be. Thank you.
B has just been granted 50% custody of his daughter. She will be staying with him from Friday to Monday each week. One of the things he needs to provide is a bedroom for his daughter to stay in. He has saved up out of his benefits to buy her a bed and put some carpet down, but he cannot afford furniture for her. He would like to get her a small wardrobe and a bedside drawer unit, so that she can put some of her clothes at her dad's house. Please help this family if you can, thank you.
K had an abusive partner and is now a single Mum with 4 young children. She receives support from social services and Citizens Advice but struggles to manage her finances and worries constantly about everything around her. Citizens Advice believe that she needs a Debt Relief Order to sort out her finances, and this should also help her state of mind. K would really appreciate help from Acts 435 with the fee.
A lovely family of husband, wife and two children aged 11 and 7 are here in the UK after claiming asylum after leaving Zimbabwe in danger. Social services are now helping them with their immigration claim and have housed them. In the meantime they have no access to public funds. They can't claim benefits and the new house they have been placed into doesn't have any furniture. Social services have provided some things, but they now need a hoover, a microwave and an ironing board. Any help you could provide would be really appreciated.
S lives alone and moved to the area a year ago after her ex-partner abused her children and they were taken into care. Not surprisingly, she has needed help with mental health problems ever since and she also suffers with arthritis in her knees, sometimes making it difficult for her to get out and about. Unexpected bills have left her short of money this month and, with 3 weeks to go to her next benefits payment, she would be grateful for help to get her gas and electric back in credit and also help towards food costs.
L has moved into a ground floor flat, she is delighted because it has a garden and she has a young baby (8 months old). Unfortunately the flat has no carpets and that means she cannot let her daughter crawl on the concrete floor. L has bought a couple of rugs to make the flat less dusty and cold from the floor, but ideally she would love to get a carpet for the living room. Sadly she is only in receipt of maternity benefit and cannot afford to buy the carpet she needs - please help if you can.
R has come to us for money advice. She's a single mum of two and because of depression following a family loss she's stuck her head in the sand and is now drowning in debt she has no hope of paying. Because of her illness she's unable to work but wants to provide a secure home for her children. She has no-one else to ask for help.
A is a single Mum with 3 young children, 2 of whom have serious health problems. Their father pays no maintenance, being mostly unemployed, leaving A to manage on benefits. A would like to work once the children are all at school, but in the meantime she is struggling financially and piling up debts. A Debt Relief Order is the only way to give her a fresh start, and she would be very grateful for a kind donation for the fee.
M is a new mother and international student that has become trapped in the UK after finishing her studies due to COVID 19. She had her baby just before lockdown and being separated from her friends and family and also not being able to work M has had a really tough time. M's ticket for her flight home is covered by the commonwealth but unfortunately, her baby's ticket isn't. She would be incredibly grateful if you could help her. and her son get back home to her family as soon as possible.