T has had to flee her abusive partner after he subjected her to physical, psychological and verbal abuse. She is now safe and he doesn’t know where she lives. T is pregnant by her ex partner. She is living in a hostel in emergency accommodation and should be moving to temporary accommodation in the next week. T would like some help to buy a pram as this is a big expense that she can’t afford. She is being supported by a Domestic Violence group but she is in financial hardship.
J was forced to flee her home with her 7 year old son due to domestic violence. As a result of such uncertainty she has fallen into debt. After receiving debt advice she is now in a position where she can budget well with her income and can afford her essentials but there is nothing left over to pay her debt back. A Debt Relief Order would mean that J could have a fresh start in life. Help to pay for the £90 fee would be gratefully appreciated.
D has a history of domestic abuse from her partner and has a 3 year old child.This year D found the courage to end the relationship. Her partner had promised to support them financially but has failed to do so. D is considering contacting Child Support Agency and is being supported by a Domestic Abuse Agency. D is wishing to now focus on herself and her child’s wellbeing. At the moment she is trying to get back on her feet and start again and would love some help with her gas and electric bills.
M is a polish national who has fallen on hard times; she's been homeless for a year. When her national ID expired, she was fired. With no money to renew her ID, she used up her savings to keep a roof over her head. Eventually she became street homeless. M got mixed with the wrong crowd and is now trying to get her life back on track but she needs to renew her ID to be able to move on. £100 will allow her to apply for a passport from the Polish embassy and seek employment.