G has severe mental health issues and has recently separated from his wife. Due to his mental health issues G has had to be quickly re-homed; however there are little to no items in his property and he is not in a financial situation to afford these items. We have applied to several other charities for larger items such as a bed and white goods for the kitchen; however we are approaching Acts 435 for assistance for the necessary kitchenware for which G has none.
M is single with no dependants and has been struggling for some time with mental health issues. M recently lost her job and her situation has steadily declined since then resulting in her being evicted from her home. M has since sought medical help and other advice and is attempting to turn her situation around. She has accrued several debts over the past few months and is unable to clear them. A Debt Relief Order would resolve the situation; however she needs help with the fee.
J is a young, very vulnerable lady who suffers with mental health issues that have dramatically intensified since losing her daughter. She is currently in a relationship and stays in her boyfriend's house because she can't get her own place due to rent arrears in the property she lived in previously with her daughter. This lady needs her own independence and security and once her rent arrears are paid she can apply for social housing. Having her own place will significantly help her getting better.
The client came to us after being referred by the local health centre. She has recently fled domestic violence and is currently classed as homeless as she is in temporary accommodation. She is only 22 herself and is finding it hard to cope at the moment, however even in the circumstances she has managed to find accommodation. Your donation would help pay the first week's rent and enable her to move in asap.
She is a single lady from New Zealand who is allowed to stay in UK through a visa which also includes an ex partner who was abusive to her. She did have work but since this incident the visa must be changed before she is allowed to stay. This money will help this happen. It does seem ridiculous but it is true and I know she is being pestered by her ex because his visa is entwined with her and he refuses to act. This will give her some freedom.
TD was homeless for 5 years and has recently gained the tenancy of a flat. He is struggling to manage on Universal Credit and has no household items. Some basic kitchen equpiment would be a real help. He is being supported by Keyring Charity who help people back to indendent living.