This lady has been working with Christians Against Poverty for over a year to become debt free. Her circumstances have changed for the worse and she is now eligible for a Debt Relief Order which would enable her to become debt free quicker. Her family have multiple health needs and she is a carer and single mum to 2 children with additional needs. We would like to raise the £90 needed for a Debt Relief Order. Thank you in advance.
M has recently been granted 'leave to remain' in the United Kingdom. He has no family support and is a vulnerable young man who is trying to be independent. He needs a cooker to help with cooking on a budget. He is being supported by the Ancora 'Help through crisis' project.
This client was made homeless after she managed to escape a relationship where she suffered domestic violence. She has just been given a flat, but she needs to pay the first two weeks' rent in order to secure the flat and move in. She cannot afford this, so can you help her to have a fresh start in life?
This young lady is a single parent moving into her first home with her baby. She is on benefits and doesn’t have a washing machine. She doesn't have any spare money at the moment, so could you help her? A washing machine would make this stressful time a little easier for them.
C is a single mother with two dependent children. She suffers severely with her mental health and requires support to engage with others and to leave home, as she currently will not leave home unaided. She is in arrears with multiple creditors and the threats from the bailiffs and collection agents are severely exacerbating her mental condition. Any assistance you would be willing to offer would greatly improve C's mental health and allow her a fresh start and to focus on dealing with her mental health.
Miss F lives alone with her young baby. She had a house fire which destroyed most of her belongings. She has managed to get donations for her young baby, however she needs replacement clothing for herself and is currently wearing shoes which are two sizes too big.
This young family are asylum seekers from Switzerland who have just got permanent residence. They are waiting on their Universal Credit to come through and have managed to get almost everything they need except for a couple of items, and one is a washing machine. They have no family or friends to turn to and the language is a barrier. This is a fresh start for them.
This young family of four from Switzerland have just got a private rented house, they have managed to get most of the items they need except a couple of things including a fridge freezer. They desperately need this as they are awaiting Universal Credit and the little money they have does not cover having to buy food from the shop everyday.