£120 needed for energy vouchers
From St Helens - 54 years old.
A is a single man living alone in rented accommodation and he claims Job Seeker's Allowance as his sole income. With colder weather approaching, A is worried about how much it will cost him to top up his pay-as-you-go gas and electricity meters. As A is on a low income, when he tops up his meters he has to save money on other things such as food. Having credit on his meters will keep A warm this winter and save him money which he can then spend on feeding himself.