Young couple moving home needs help for removals as they just cannot afford it. His wife is on very low income and he is looking for a job have a baby girl to look after this would really help them as they have to move house because family problem they do not have a choice. Please help!
L is a single parent and has had a difficult time since leaving an abusive marriage. She is struggling to move on with her life and is very emotional. She is having counselling and participating in a Freedom Course, to help her come to terms with what happened. She claims benefits and PIP. Her Christian faith is very important to her and regular church attendance is helping her. She currently has no cooking facilities, which makes it hard to prepare food and look after herself and her son.
The client who came to us via a referral agency has been struggling with credit card debt over the last year. She has been paying it off gradually and is now down to the last few hundred pounds. Certain interest rates have just gone up with her cards meaning that there is a chance she may only be paying the interest even though she has been reducing it each month. This funding would help her pay off the rest of the debt once and for all and move forward with her life completely debt free.
A young single Mum has just moved into a property with her baby daughter after making such great progress in a mother and baby unit. Mum has done really well in furnishing the flat and it looks really homely but she did not have enough money to buy a vacuum cleaner. She has been cleaning the carpet with a dustpan and brush but this is now beginning to get her down as her daughter is crawling and investigating everything! Can you help this Mum to be able to do her housework more efficiently.
Stuart has been homeless for a while and with the help of his support worker has now managed to find temporary accommodation with a view to moving into a council flat. Having no furniture or carpets, we are desperately trying to help him get set up, I you are able to help, we would be very grateful.
J is a 26 year old Christian mum of 3 young children aged 7,4 and 2. She has fled domestic violence. The little family has been allocated social housing from July 1 but she has no beds or bedding for the children - or herself for that matter! Are you please able to help this young women and her babies to make a fresh start.
J is a 26 year old mother of three young children aged 7,4 and 2. She has fled domestic violence. The little family has been allocated social housing from July 1 but the house offered has NO carpets whatsoever. J would just like to have some floor covering in the room to start with so the children have a safe space to play and eat etc without risking spells in their feet or them getting feet. Can you please help this little family make a fresh start?
I have started working with a client who was homeless and has a 10 month old child, she is now into supported living however struggling to access funds to buy household goods such as hoover and cleaning supplies to ensure the home is safe and clean for her baby.
Single mum who has just moved out of her parents home and is trying hard to get her new place sorted. She is unemployed but hopes to work whenever her baby is old enough for free nursery hours. She needs a stair carpet and thinks this is a priority over the other floors at the moment.
Couple with 3 children working with Christians Against Poverty to clear existing historic debt through insolvency - just adjusting to new budget and do not have enough funds to meet insurance for vehicle used both for family and for his work as a driller. New budget will cover this once they settle and they should be debt free in 6 months. Help requested to ensure they can continue to use their vehicle in the meantime.
Louise is living with her partner and has long term learning difficulties which means she struggles to manage her finances. She has attended Citizens Advice to see a money adviser and we have stabilized her situation; however she has accrued a considerable amount of debt that she can not afford to pay back in a reasonable amount of time. We have reviewed her options and determined that a Debt Relief Order would resolve her situation; however she is not in a position to pay the £90 fee.
We have been supporting a lady for a number of months from homelessness into her own property. She has just moved in to a new house which is in desperate need of some redecorating and furnishing. She has no money currently while her benefits are updating and is unable to afford some key items. She is posting this request in order to be able to buy some essential furniture and household items.
This young man came to the foodbank in a desperate state having been made homeless a few days earlier. He had lost everything and only had the clothes he stood up in. The church provided him with temporary accommodation but he urgently needs a new set of clothes. His next benefit payment is not for another 2 weeks. Please can you help. Thank you.
F's original claim for asylum failed because of incorrect documents. She needs to send new documents from her home country for her appeal. As an asylum seeker she does not have enough money although she has saved up. Her fear is that her daughter will be subject to Female Genital Mutation if the are sent back.
N. has 3 children and and is fleeing from domestic abuse. Her husband gets all the money including the children’s benefits and gambles all the money. As a consquence she has mental health problems and has been self-harming. Threshold Housing Association have helped her to sign up her tenancy. However her property is unfurnished. . She currently needs a double bed and mattress, as Buttle uk has awarded her 3 children with beds and mattress and bedding.
Susan is a single mother who has escaped long term physical and mental abuse at the hands of her now ex-partner. Over the years she has accrued several debts as a result of the aforementioned abuse and is not currently in a position to clear this debt in a reasonable amount of time. Susan has since attended Citizens Advice and we determined that a Debt Relief Order would resolve her debt issue and give her a fresh start; however she is not in a position to afford the DRO fee.
a young couple have recently moved into supported living and currently struggling with finances, we are currently working on finding training, education or employment to help this couple. as these things take time I am applying for a little bit of help too secure some food gas and electric to get over a few weeks until things can look brighter for the couple.
I have a tenant moved into supported living, no help from other funding options to help towards setting up home, in need of hoover kettle toaster microwave.
SD is a single mum of three small sons, the boys have suffered through the parent break up and have continually wet the beds. Mum has moved three boys into her bed and moved to the sofa but this is having a knock on effect to all. We will purchase mattresses for the beds and provide mattress protectors. This will really improve all their sleep and therefore their daily lives. Blessings in advance
NL is a single mum of 11 month of Twins, rehoused after DV situation. The Flat given for their new start has NO carpets just stone flooring, the twins are beginning to pull themselves up and walking which means lots of falling. The carpets will make things much softer in the bedroom and lounge.
C is a single mum recently split from her partner. She moved into accommodation with her two young children and needs a cooker She has no financial help or support from the father of children and can’t afford to buy a cooker and pay the bills etc. She would really like help with this as having a cooker would help her massively
J is a sufferer if domestic abuse and had to leave her home to stay safe. However the sudden change has left her without a lot of finance and is behind on her rent in her new place and is struggling to pay bills. J needs financial help to pay these which will help relieve the financial situation a little.
My client Jane has recently had to flee the family home due to domestic violence, she now has a new property with her two children aged 4 and 1. After feeling the home she has no belongings or funds to purchase essential items, she has managed to secure £200 from Social Services for carpets but is in need of £100 more to purchase carpet for the house. Jane would love to make this house a new family home and is very thankful for any support that can be given.
G & D have finally been told they can move into their refurbished council flat, this is a great relief to them, however, there is no cooker in the flat, & their current cooker belongs to the rented property. They would be very grateful for donations to enable them to buy a secondhand cooker for their new home, which is finally going to be theirs after a traumatic period in their lives.
A young lady in Middlesbrough who has fled domestic abuse is moving into a new home in a new area and is struggling with the costs of moving and setting up her new home, she has two young children and she would be very grateful if Acts 435 could kindly help her.
A gentleman in Middlesbrough with autism and learning difficulties has obtained a flat with the local authority he has very little for his new home, and with support he is maintaining his home and tenancy after being homless for several years. Would Acts 435 be able to help him in obtaining a couch and carpet for his new flat.
A lady with MS and mental health problems had fled domestic abuse she had now moved into a ground floor bungalow in Middlesbrough where she now feels safe, she is struggling to pay for her removal cost and setting up a new home, would Acts 435 kindly be able to help her.
A lady who has suffered a nervous breakdown, has gone from working full time to now claiming sickness benefit, has had to move due to domestic abuse she has no money to pay for the removal costs and would be so grateful if Acts 435 could help her.
Amber is living with her partner (Ben - also has a active request) and two children and due to changes in her benefit entitlement she has accrued several debts. Amber's benefit situation has now been resolved; however due to the low household income she is unable to clear her debts in a reasonable amount of time which has led to a on-going issue with enforcement agents. We went through Amber's options and she has decided to pursue a DRO; however she is unable to afford the £90.00 fee.
Ben attended Citizens Advice with his partner Amber (also has an active request) due to several debts that had accrued. The debts accrued due to changes in their benefit entitlement which resulted in arrears with their priority creditors. We reviewed Ben's options and determined that a Debt Relief Order would be the best solution to cleat the debt and end the on-going issue with the enforcement agents; however Ben is not currently in a position to afford the £90.00 fee.
L is an unemployed young mother with baby. She suffers from anxiety & because of making some bad decisions earlier in her life has ended up in a cycle of debt with housing providers. She is working hard to make things work for herself & baby. She has cleared housing debts & after being supported as homeless for 6 months has finally been obtained a property. The property is a shell. L needs £70 to cover an electrical installation for the cooker & requires two curtain poles for the bedroom.
This lady's husband has left the country leaving her with no money for her or her 8 year old son or a bank account. She needs £50 to open a bank account and the rest of the money to live on. She really has been left with nothing and she would be so grateful for some help at this time.
This lady has very large mounting debts and cannot see her way clear to paying any of them. She is seeking help from Debt Advice and is desperately needing to apply for a Debt Relief Order. Her only income is of Carers Allowance while caring for her elderly disabled mother. The worry of all the debt is causing her great distress and is affecting her health but is very reluctant to ask for help as feels she should be able to sort herself out. Please help if you possibly can. Thank you.
Single young mum with young child has left domestic violence but had to take all the debts with her to leave. She is working with Christians Against Poverty to pay off the debts. They have suggested a Debt Relief Order which she has agreed to. She desperately wants to be free of debt. Can you help her please?
Brought up by his father after the death of his mother while he was young, Curtis has recently moved into a place of his own after spending months homeless and reliant on aquaintences who provided him with temporary accomdation. The need to find a place to stay made him vunerable and sometimes Curtis was taken advantage of, with what money he had consumed without benefit leaving him unable to afford some of the basic home furnishings.
The Construction Skill Certificate Scheme (CSCS) is a prerequisite of Employers across the UK construction sector and although Andrew has been offered casual labouring jobs, due to his lack of this card, he is uable to apply for anything permanent. He will need to undergo training and obtain the necessary qualifications before he can progress and any money he receives will go towards the costs involved.
David moved into the St. Helens area two weeks ago after fleeing domestic violence, and he is new to the area and has no support network. Due to health problems, David struggles walking long distances and he relies on public transport to access the services he needs, including a men's support group. As David moved without any belongings he is using his benefits money to purchase clothing and other essential items, and would be grateful for any help you can provide with travel costs.
David is a young male who is currently unemployed and is hoping to submit a Debt Relief Order with the support of the Citizens Advice. He currently does not have any income after leaving his employment due to Health and Safety concerns, this also meant that he has been sanctioned from Job Seekers Allowance. He is appealing this decision but in the mean time does not have any way of paying the DRO fee, he would be extremely grateful for any support given which would give him a fresh start.
Shy recently moved into a new flat and has a few bare essentials. Being on benefits, he finds it very hard to buy a few much needed items. He is looking to get himself a comfy armchair and a few basis kitchen utensils. Suffering from mental health problems, he ios sadly not able to work in order to get what he needs.
Yvonne is suffering from the shock of her husband leaving her suddenly last August. She is a teacher but has 2 young adult children to support (one at university) and has not been managing to pay all the bills on her own. With our help, her budget is in better balance but she has debts and cannot afford the fee for the Debt Relief Order. She would be very grateful for help with this to get back on her feet.
Mrs B, Has just moved into a new flat following a relationship breakdown. She is in the process of decorating but doesn't have a cooker. Any help would be appreciated.
I have started supporting a young man who has been sofa surfing for a number of months and has finally secured supported living and looking for finances to help set up a home he can call his own although he has a sofa and a bed he has no household goods such as plates towels hoover etc I am looking for a little bit of help and assistance for him.
This young man has lost his passport and needs to replace it in order to get work. He is on benefits so cannot afford to pay for a new one. Please would you give a donation to help him obtain one. Thank you
J lost his job and suffered a major bereavement at the same time, resulting in significant financial and emotional strain and he ended up struggling with debt. However, recently J started working with CAP (Christians Against Poverty) and they have recommended a DRO (Debt Relief Order) for J as the best option. He is really trying to make a fresh start, and has managed to start working for a few hours a week but he still cannot afford the £90 needed for the DRO.
T has fled her home with nothing due to domestic violence.She has 2 children 1 of whom is deaf.She cannot work at present due to depression. She is in receipt of employment and support allowance, child tax credits and child allowance. She has managed to source all the basic household items second hand except a small freezer. She needs it so she can buy food in bulk or when on offer to save money. Please can you help her.
H has significant mental health problems. The drug-related abusive behaviour of a family member made home life very difficult and, as a consequence, H has accrued a lot of rent arrears and council tax debt. Her daughter was in care for a while but now the abusive family member is barred from the city and H has her daughter back. The foodbank and Citizen's Advice are supporting H and sorting out her benefits. A DRO would give H and her daughter a new start and lift a massive burden from them.
B is moving into his own accommodation for the first time. He has previously been living at his mothers' and then in a hostel. He is deaf in one ear. B's only source of income is his job seeker's allowance. He has no means of cooking at the moment. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Kylie is a young women who has recently left employment to become a full time carer for her partner who has multiple health issues, she is currently receiving UC and Carers Allowance. She has tried to manage her debt over the years by herself but found the courage to ask for help, she has decided that a DRO would be her best option. Kylie would be so grateful for this opportunity of help and is excited for her fresh start. Thank you.
J is a single mum living in a local authority flat. She is struggling financially and racial abuse from people living nearby has made her depressed and withdrawn, She is afraid to go out and will no longer allow her children to play outside. She has been offered a private rental in an area where she will feel accepted but does not have all the money she needs for the deposit. A gift from Acts 435 would make up the shortfall and allow her to make a new life for herself and her family.
L has been living in supported housing since July last year. He previously lived with different family members since he was 13. His last family home was with his dad who was a herion user and L struggled to engage at school and with his peers. Things are getting better for L, he started college and has got keys for an unfurnished property so he can build his own home.Unfortunately he needs to furnish it on little income.Any help with a cooker would be amazing!
L has been living in supported housing since July last year. He previously lived with different family members since he was 13. His last family home was with his dad who was a herion user and L struggled to engage at school and with his peers. Things are getting better for L, he started college and has got keys for an unfurnished property so he can build his own home.Unfortunately he needs to furnish it on little income.Any help with carpets/rugs would turn the shell of his house into a home.
L has been living in supported housing since July last year. He previously lived with different family members since he was 13. His last family home was with his dad who was a herion user and L struggled to engage at school and with his peers. Things are getting better for L, he started college and got keys for an unfurnished property to build his own home.Unfortunately he needs to furnish it on little income. Help with curtains would make his home feel safe and give him much needed security.
P is in poor health and has been long term unemployed, however the Department for Work and Pensions found him “fit for work”. He found a new job but the hours were erratic, unpredictable, & not sufficient to cover his day-to-day expenses. His benefits could not keep up with his changing income and he began to build up debts. P has worked hard to increase his income, but being unable to pay his debts is making him depressed. A Debt Relief Order would remove this burden & offer a fresh start.
H has now moved into his own unfurnished place after being in supported accommodation. He has benefits in place but simply cannot afford a bed.
JH was mugged and his wallet containing a full months benefit was stolen, this was reported to the Police, however the week after he was due to move into a new flat. He has managed to get some furniture from friends and family but he hasn't been able to get a wardrobe or chest of drawers and therefore his clothes are being kept in bin bags.
R is working with CAP to resolve his debts. He is qualfied as an HGV driver but is unable to work currently as his medical has lapsed. Given his current circumstances, he cannot afford to get the medical to reinstate his license to enable him to work and would appreciate assistance to overcome this. He is actively caring for his wife who is unwell, so would not be able to work full time, but would be able to improve their circumstances substantially if he was able to do some part time work.
This client is working with Christians Against Poverty and aiming to become debt free. She is struggling to manage her rent and food bills and we want to get the DRO through as soon as possible so she can make a fresh start.
Client has moved into a property after residing in supported accommodation for the past year. Client has no neccessities to move in with and due to a low income cannot afford to purchase essentials.
M is a single lady who has recently broken free of both addiction and an abusive relationship. She is in the process of getting help to get her life back on track. As part of this process, she wants to put debts behind her and would like to access a Debt Relief Order to do that. We are trying to find the £90 DRO fee to help her make that happen.
A young man in Middlesbrough with very poor mental health has just obtained his own flat he has decorated the flat himself and with support has obtained household items he is struggling to finance the funds for flooring for the living room would Acts 435 be able to help him, he is a young man and this is a complete fresh start for him.
This lady is a single parent with two children. She is in financial difficulty due to being unemployed. Her washing machine has broken down and she needs help towards replacement. Although currently unemployed, she hopes to be starting in employment later this month and this, along with a new washer, should help start improving her finances. Any support gratefully received..