A is single with no dependents. A took out credit while he was in full-time employment and was maintaining these payment for many years. He has recently been diagnosed with multiple long term health conditions and has had to reduce the hours he works. A is no longer able to maintain his payments and his creditors are threatening court action. We have reviewed his options and a Debt Relief Order would resolve his situation. Unfortunately he can not afford the £90 fee. Please help him to pay this so that he can start again.
This man in his thirties has been through some difficult times but is working hard towards living independently and is now renting a one bedroom flat. He has got himself a full-time job and gets his first pay at the end of October. He has some debt which he has been paying off (interest only while unemployed) and has shared with me a credible plan to repay everything over the next eighteen months from his wages. He needs a cooker in his flat and has no means to buy one.
J is single with one dependent child. She was a victim of domestic and financial abuse that has left her with a considerable amount of debt. J has since ended this relationship and sought help. She is now working part-time and claiming Universal Credit; however she is not in a position to make any payments to clear these debts. We have reviewed her options and determined that a Debt Relief Order would be suitable for J, however she is unable to afford the £90 fee.
This lady is working with Christians Against Poverty after getting into debts following funeral costs. She is eligible for a Debt Relief Order (DRO) which would clear her debts and give her the fresh start she needs. The debts are a constant reminder of an extremely traumatic bereavement and this lady has been through more than we could even try to imagine. Please help us raise this £90 for the DRO fees. Thank you in advance.
P moved to the UK from the Balkans two months ago for better educational prospects for her two children (one in junior school and one in high school). Savings have been used to pay the rent for six months and P is working as a cleaner to pay for living costs for the family. As they are living in rented, unfurnished accommodation, they need help purchasing household items such as chairs, an iron and an ironing board. P is struggling to afford this as she has just purchased school uniforms.
This client is working but homeless and he has recently suffered some serious losses including a relationship breakdown and the death of his sister from alcoholism. He has managed to find a flat and move in but he has no spare money to buy a bed. Please can we help him? He is doing really well, considering what he is going through. He is buying small things and church are helping him with other household items, please can we help him with a bed?