A lovely family who have been working with Christians Against Poverty has been offered a free holiday. They do not have a car and the only way of getting to this break is by train. They would be extremely grateful if you could help towards the cost of transport. In anticipation, thanks so much for your help. God bless.
Peter is working with Christians Against Poverty to clear his debts. He has severe COPD & is unable to walk very far. His washing machine has broken & he is having to ask neighbours if they will do his washing for him. This is obviously a difficult arrangement & he would be so grateful if the money could be raised to buy him a secondhand washing machine. Thank you
B is a leaving care child and following some bad relationships and depression he has got into debt. B is getting better and came to us for help with his finances. It became evident that he had very little money to pay for food and heating and would go without for weeks at a time. B has many skills and support from a local charity and is hoping to get back to work very soon. Help with money for food and heating would mean he could function and give 100% to finding a job.
Paul faces eviction, as he's unable to pay his rent arrears. His physical and mental ill health have been difficult to manage, and he has therefore been unable to hold down jobs for very long. His girlfriend has her own disability problems and can't support Paul as much as she would like. Citizens Advice believe that a Debt Relief Order is the only way for Paul to get his finances in order and avoid eviction. He would be very grateful for help with the fee.
'Luke' and his partner are struggling to heat their home and water. 'Luke' has recently been ill with suspected viral encephalitis (seizures) and is not fully discharged from hospital and is unable to work; and his partner has a long term sickness. They are behind with their rent and electricity. Citizens Advice are helping them manage their income and have been providing food vouchers. Any donations to help this couple with be very much appreciated. Thank you.
S has a garden which is out of hand. She is working with CAP for her debts, but the council are asking her to clear all the rubbish from her garden. She is struggling with poor mental health and this seems an enormous task. It would really help if S could pay the council to remove the rubbish from her garden.
Tony has serious health problems and had to stop work. He has used up his savings and finally admits that he can't continue without welfare benefits. Citizens Advice are helping him to apply for these but in the meantime have found out that he can't afford essential food, without which his health will get worse. Citizens Advice believe that £100 to stock his food cupboard will tide him over until he receives benefits, and Tony would be most grateful.
F is a single mum of 2 daughters. Her eldest daughter is very poorly and needs regular visits to hospital in Leeds. Mum sometimes gets helps with lifts but when she has to use public transport gets anxious because she doesn't know where the money will come from and has to do without basic essentials to make sure she gets there. Help with travel costs would mean F wouldn't have to worry about the next trip to the hospital and focus on caring for her daughter. Thank you for any help you can give.
P and her partner have a great many debts, payments are recovered from her partner's low wages this leaves very little money to pay for rent and food.They have two young children and P suffers from anxiety and depression.They are both working with Debt Advisors to try and manage the little money they have and are hopeful that a Debt Relief Order will enable them to have a new start with finances and lift the heavy burden of debt. Please if you can help they would be very grateful. Thank you