U is unable to clear debts for electricity and gas. She lost her job, as a care worker, after suffering from Covid and remains unemployed. She is also caring for her mother and coping with mental health problems. If U is able to clear the debts she feels she would be able to make direct debit arrangements to help with her financial planning. She would be very grateful to be able to move forward with her life- please can you help?
This mother is still struggling with COVID-19 and the school closures that happened over the past 18 months. She has a busy job that she is still doing from home and at the same time helping her children with home learning so they can keep up with their studies. She is mentally and physically exhausted, has a high rate of anxiety and is seeking professional help so she can cope better. Can we help her to achieve this? Thank you.
E has been furloughed for the past year and has been surviving using her credit card. She has recently been diagnosed with an incurable auto immune illness and is now classified as disabled. E has now reached the point where she can no longer manage her debts and has started to work with Christians Against Poverty to manage her situation, but needs help to make an initial payment to release her from her current debts. E has shared that she is constantly worried about her debts and this is affecting her mental health. Please could we help alleviate this worry?
Due to a serious accident connected with his work, C has severe depression and cannot work. Having contracted Covid-19, his health has declined both mentally and physically and he has been hospitalised for several months. He has now been able to return home and is relying solely on benefits with very little money left over at the end of the month. He is in need of a bedroom carpet to make his life a little more comfortable. Any support would be so appreciated.
This man had just started a job as a supermarket delivery driver when he had to self isolate as he came in contact with a Covid case. He only received £16.00 in wages, lost his job and is now on Universal Credit. Because of the delay in payment he has had to use our food bank. He has kept up with his rent but is in debt with his gas and electricity supplier. The worry of these arrears are causing a lot of anxiety. Please can you help him clear this debt?
This low income family is struggling to pay for ongoing counselling sessions for their daughter who is suffering with poor mental health caused by domestic violence throughout the COVID-19 lockdown. She is now temporarily living with her parents as she seeks to rebuild her life. She is receiving regular counselling sessions which are expensive. The family would be so appreciative of your help.
We are looking to help a family impacted by Covid-19. M lost his job earlier this month and has been struggling to make ends meet to provide for his partner and 13 year old daughter. He needs to purchase a new set of uniform for his daughter as she starts year 9, she missed year 7 and 8 due to the pandemic and currently has nothing for her. He would be so appreciative of your help.
M has recently moved back to the UK after a year living in poverty in her home country. She was without a job and did not have access to food or a safe place to call home. She has a 9 month old baby and is looking forward to a fresh start, in a place she knows she will be supported, but she is in debt and needs to clear the arrears before she can move on. She has come a long way but would appreciate your support in dealing with these debts. The amount requested would pay part of the debt that is left- this would be sufficient to stop the debt company calling her and enable her to set up a plan to pay the rest in small monthly payments.