R struggles with severe anxiety and after being diagnosed with Anxiety and Depression he struggled to continue his studies and work and as a result has found himself in unmanageable debt. He is working closely with Christians Against Poverty and is working with health professionals to address his mental health. He has been assessed as needing to apply for a Debt Relief order to address his debt and we are therefore requesting £90 towards it’s fee.
D is a single 47 year old, who has lived in UK for 11 years. 3 years ago D started with severe mental illness and had to stop working, living on benefits. After receiving medication and counselling she was able to return to work, but unfortunately the illness has returned and D is back on benefits. Whilst off work Dorothy has got into severe debt problems, so she is having to be declared bankrupt to add to her woes. If you can assist to raise the fee she would be most grateful.
I am the Advocate at Selby and District Foodbank. One of our Clients with debilitating health issues is in great need of a washing machine. This will make a great difference to them. We are able to source this through our Community Furniture store if enough funding is raised. Thank you for your kindness.
Sam suffers from poor health and is unable to work. He struggles to organise his life or manage his money and has therefore built up debts which now put him at risk of eviction. He has finally sought help from Citizens Advice, and he is working in an organised way with their debt advisers. If Sam can deal with his past debts, he can avoid eviction and has the chance of a more secure future. He would therefore be most grateful for a donation to enable him to obtain a Debt Relief Order.
D has severe mental health needs and is managing on the lowest of incomes. He really needs new glasses as he is currently using a magnifying glass over his current glasses to view things. He has a voucher to help but the remaining cost is £79.60 and he would be so thankful if you could help him with this so that he can at least have the dignity of being able to read things which will help his mental health a little. Thank you so much!
J has been struggling with his mental health for 20 years but has done brilliantly to manage life.He's an amazing musician & writer but has v little money. He has twins but after his marriage breakdown it's really difficult for him to see them. Due to his ex-wife's health he needs to do most of the support but he lives 3 miles away. £100 would enable him to transport them over the holidays and last week of school & help with food for them as he has no money to feed them at the moment. Can you help?
After caring for my parents I was unable to return to work as a nurse and had to depend on benefits, suffering with depression and health problems. I felt unable to function and fell deeply into debt. I am trying to rebuild my life and address my debt issues but due to changes with universal credit this is very difficult, I constantly worry about my debts. If I was able to access money for a debt relief order I will be able to take more control of my life and try to get back into work.
After a relationship breakdown I found myself homeless and living in a bedsit, I then lost my job and had to apply for benefits and hit rock bottom. I felt very alone and scared to sleep at night and started to drink heavily to block out my feelings. I have now met a lovely lady who has given my the confidence to address my drinking and I hope to get a job. If I could access support to obtain a debt relief order then this would help me to start looking forward to a brighter future.