£100 needed for a washing machine
From GATESHEAD - 40 years old.
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.
- Fresh Start
- In 5 days