MN is a 51 year old single man living in a one bedroom flat. MN suffers from heart failure, which prevents him from working. He lives on benefits. MN tries to manage his low income the best he can but as fallen into some debt which he cannot manage. We are assisting him to remove this stress to his already health situation by going through a Debt Relief Order. Please can you assist us to pay for the fee and help this very vulnerable man.
CC has eczema, which gets infected and bleeds, this means he has to wash his clothing and bedding regularly. At the moment he goes to the launderette 3 times a week but it is very expensive and means he uses all his money, having nothing left at the end of the week . Having his own washing machine would mean he could save money and still have clean clothes. Could you help please?
M has recently moved into a small 1 bed flat to remove the costs of the spare room subsidy. She has moved due to mobility issues too. She loves her new home but is suffering with damp and mould which is not helping her health. Her landlord is 'looking into it' and has suggested that she buys a dehumidifier. She has saved a small amount towards the cost but would be so grateful for your help.
S has been waiting for a Universal Credit claim to come through since Christmas- the family are needing support from a food bank for food. They need help with paying bills during this very stressful time as both herself and her husband are currently suffering with ill health.
SN is a 46 year old single woman with two children still living at home, and unfortunately SN has been diagnosed with cancer. SN has tried to carry on working despite the effects of her treatment, but she has had to reduce her hours to only a few per week. The effects of this has caused SN to fall into debt. We are assisting her to remove this added burden in her life, so she can concentrate on her health issues, and would be grateful for your help to pay the fee for a debt relief order.
DH is a 47 year old single man living on his own in a one bed flat. He has no family and suffers from very severe mental issues, with suicidal tendencies. DH lives a lonely life on benefits, and his mental illness does not allow him to manage his money well. He has got into some debts which he is unable to sort out himself; we are supporting him to remove this burden to him, with your help we can assist this very vulnerable man to go through a Debt Relief Order.
The applicant is a single carer who has mental health issues due to long standing Domestic Violence from her male partner. She now lives on her own with her 11 month baby and this is a fresh start for her. She currently has nowhere to store food and urgently needs a fridge. She would be so grateful for your help.
P has been in hospital for 6 months suffering from complex mental health problems. He has been offered a furnished flat in supported accommodation, where he will continue to receive the support he needs to live independently and maintain stable mental health. Having been evicted from previous accommodation after struggling to keep it in good order, he really wants to ensure he keeps his new flat clean and tidy, and a vacuum cleaner would really help with that.
Our client is struggling with very poor mental health (severe depression and anxiety) and is under the care of our local Community Mental Health Team (CMHT). The CMHT believe that the debts our client has are acting as a major obstacle to his recovery. He needs a Debt Relief Order but can't afford the £90 fee. Any help would be greatly appreciated and undoubtedly help our clients recovery.
R currently has no income due to ill health and delay in universal credit being sorted as he has been in hospital being treated for mental health issues. He is having to rely on a local food bank and is really struggling. He would be very grateful for your help with his essential bills and living expenses at this time.
"I am currently living in hospital for people with severe mental health problems after the death of my parents as I have no other relatives who can care for me. After the death of my parents I have not been able to get my clothes or belongings from my family home as I do not have a key or any money to pay for a locksmith. If I can get some help with £100 for a locksmith I will be able to arrange for someone to collect my personal belongings which will give me some comfort."