A gentleman is trying to rebuild his life into the community and is in need of a hoover and kitchen essentials. Please can Acts 435 help.
A young lady previously sofa surfing has just moved into her own accommodation and needs essential kitchen items. Please can Acts 435 help?
A gentleman in Middlesbrough who has previously always worked is now on ESA due to physical and mental health problems. This gentleman was sofa surfing and had no where to live, now with support he has obtained a one bedroom flat. Sadly he has no household items for his new home and is only on basic benefits. Would Acts 435 donators be able to help him obtain a cooker, he would be so grateful.
LC has moved into a council flat, but due to not having her own washing machine, she's having to use the one at our drop-in centre for the homeless. If she gets her own machine it will help with her confidence and sense of dignity, and help her to feel she's able to have a normal domestic life, keeping her clothes clean and presentable. It also allows other homeless people to use our machines at the drop-in centre.
RD has been known to us for 2 years, & was homeless when we first knew him. He's now moved into a flat, but he's having to use the washing machine at our drop-in centre for the homeless. He's on benefits and struggles to budget due to his mental health. If he gets his own machine it will help with his sense of dignity, and help him to feel that he's able to have a normal domestic life, keeping his clothes and bedding clean and presentable.
D is a professional welder. A proud man, proud of his skills. Over the past couple of years he has suffered from significant mental health issues to the point he has lost his job and home. Now on the right medication and moving really positively forward - he really needs help to build a new home with household goods to help turn an empty house into a home.
T is 42 years old. He grew up surrounded by drugs and crime and spent a number of years in and out of prison. He has lost a number of people in his life in tragic circumstances. He has struggled to get into work but in recent months has engaged on an employability programme and undertaken a number of training courses and volunteering. He has found a new lease of life and a new motivation. One of the practical barriers he faces is not having ID. Only £50 for a provisional licence would help.