M is a single mum of one child, she has been living with friend since she got her status. Now she has been placed in a temporary accommodation which is missing some furniture. She is receiving benefits and will not be able to afford the cost of the furniture. Many thanks for your help in advance.
HK and her family are refugees who are experiencing a period of financial hardship and require your support in buying food. They have been given food parcels in the past, however these have not contained items that are suited to their dietary requirements. As such, the family require £70 in order to purchase food themselves. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
MH is a single mum refugee who moved to an unfurnished new property at the end of last year. She is facing financial difficulties and struggles to meet her needs and those of her child. She needs help to be able to purchase some essential household items. Any support would be much appreciated.
E arrived in the UK 6 months ago from his home country Eritrea to seek asylum. He has applied to study at Leeds City College so that he can improve his English. So that he can study at the college, he needs to purchase a laptop. As an asylum seeker, he is living on asylum support payments of £37 per week and so can't afford to buy this for himself. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
CF fled her family as there were threats of violence and she felt unsafe in her home country. She had to borrow money in order to make the trip and she has now gotten in debt by paying off this loan rather than her bills. She cannot work at the moment due to anxiety. She didn't realise how much of a mess her finances were in until she spoke to Citizens Advice, they advised her to apply for a Debt Relief Order but this costs £90 which she doesn't have. Please help her to have a fresh start - thank you.
A has lived in London for 17 years but has immigration issues and does not have the right to work. He worships with our church and is very helpful around our neighbourhood. He has no fixed abode and is currently in a temporary hostel. His vulnerable circumstances have led to some mild depression and he is occasionally the victim of verbal or physical violence. He spends much of the day on the streets and needs a fresh set of clothing to replace his existing ones which are becoming threadbare.
A's wife and children have recently come to join him in the UK. They are currently waiting for his wife's National Insurance number to come through before they can receive any benefits. This means that they are destitute, with no income at all. They are unable to afford food and bills and are having to rely on friends. Any support with these costs would be greatly appreciated.
K arrived in the UK 6 months ago from his home country Eritrea to seek asylum. He has applied to study English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) so that he can improve his English. So that he can study, he needs to purchase a laptop. As an asylum seeker, he is living on asylum support payments of £37 per week and so can't afford to buy this for himself. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
This young man has been granted asylum due to the dangerous conditions in Sudan. He is now rehoused and is getting his home together with the help of a local church. He is managing every day living costs on his benefits and is actively seeking work and also a college course. He has no carpets or rugs to cover the floor boards in his living room. Your help would be a great blessing for him as he integrates into a new life.
Mr A is working as a volunteer in several places. He is an asylum seeker with very limited money. He can't afford to get a bus every time he needs to travel. He asked for support to enable him to buy a bicycle so that he can go to any place easily. He would so appreciate the support. Many thanks.
Mr I has recently received Leave To Remain. He has 3 children and the name of one of them was written incorrectly on the documents. The papers were sent back so he needs to have it corrected in order to fully receive the Leave to Remain for his daughter. The cost of the correction is very high, so he can't afford it. He would so appreciate it if he could get this support.
V is an assylum seeker with no recourse to public funds. She has underlying traumas she's faced which have led to her having to fled her country of origin. Since she arrived she has struggled to get registered with health providers such as dentists due to lack of support and language barriers. V currently relies on the foodbank for the provision of her foods, which held as regular due to lack of funding. V desperately needs a dental procedure to stop the pain and transport and food supplement.
Mr I is asylum with very limited money and no support. He couldn't afford to take public transport every day to travel as he lives far away. He has to walk for a long distance to get what he wants. He will be grateful to get a support which enables him to travel easily. Many thanks.