A 49 year old asylum seeker from Iraq is asking for the £150 balance to purchase a laptop. She has lived in Leeds for a few years and her language has improved with English classes - she now has an opportunity to use her language skills to volunteer as an interpreter of Arabic/English. Please help her to take up this meaningful opportunity and help others, to keep her mind from worry about her asylum claim.
A 28 year old asylum seeker from Iran arrived in Leeds during the pandemic and has struggled to learn English without a laptop. He is eager to get his level up to enter higher level face to face courses and to do the homework. He is asking for £150 to purchase a refurbished laptop which will also help him to research outstanding items for his asylum claim for the home office. Please help him to feel safe and settled and learn English.
A 27 year old asylum seeker from Iran has struggled without a device for accessing English classes and for an online church service and course. He asks for your help with £150 to purchase a laptop to help both his language and his Christian development. Please help him to settle well in Leeds following a traumatic journey during the pandemic.
A 30 year old refugee is living in a shared accommodation without kitchen items for cooking at home. He asks for £120 to purchase a blender, an iron, kitchen crockery, cooking pans and utensils, and shared stock foods. He will buy what he can second hand. He is unable to save money for these items on limited benefit. Please support him to help others with these shared items. He explains that this would take the stress out of their life together and give them time to study English.
N and her family have recently moved into a new property but it is completely unfurnished. They are missing some key items such as a fridge/freezer and a vacuum cleaner. They need to purchase these items for themselves but they are on Universal Credit and so can't afford to do so. Any support towards the cost of these items would be greatly appreciated.
N is an asylum seeker living in Home Office accommodation. She has been recently moved to a new property and the property is missing some key items such as bedding, towels and plates. She has been unable to get in contact with her housing manager to ask for these items. She is living on subsistence payments of £37 per week and so can't afford to buy these items. Any support would be greatly appreciated.