This gentleman in Middlesbrough has just obtained his first tenancy. He has mental health and also physical health issues and has great difficulty walking, but he is now receiving support to furnish and maintain his new home. This gentleman has been sofa surfing for many years and has nothing to furnish his new home. Would Acts 435 be able to help him with a microwave, kitchen items and bedding?
This young man in Middlesbrough has begun a fresh start with our support and has obtained his own flat. Sadly he has no furniture for his new home and would be so grateful for any help Acts 435 donors could help him with.
My client has been struggling financially, due to missing work following lapses in her mental health, resulting on very low pay and income over the last few months. Over this time she has fallen behind on water payments and is struggling to pay this off. She would be very grateful for your help to clear this debt.
I am working with a client who is a victim of Domestic Violence. She needs specialist counselling for which there is a very long waiting list on the NHS. Her mental wellbeing is very low and I feel she desperately needs this support. £120 will pay for 3 sessions and this will have a massive impact on her frame of mind and her future going forward.
I work with a client who is very young and moving into his first tenancy. He needs support with the start up costs to move in, and to buy the household goods such as bedding, pots and pans, cutlery etc he requires to be able to live independently.
T is a young woman that has just had her first child. Unfortunately, her relationship has not survived and she now finds herself alone with a week old baby and a mountain of debt. She does intend to return to work in the future but she wants to get to know the new arrival first. Can you help T to deal with her debts and give mother and baby a fresh start on their journey.
S is an ex offender and homeless man who has completely changed his life around through Jesus Christ. He has rebuilt his life, is holding down a council flat and after years of struggling with mental health has overcome it. He is currently working for "Deliveroo" and uses his pedal bike to get around, doing roughly 60 miles per shift to make ends meet. They have now decided to prioritise employing people with scooters, so I would like to help with him getting through his scooter test and training.