J kept on top of all bills until several years ago when she had a breakdown. She struggled on, using credit to try and hide the problems from her husband, but eventually everything came to light. He is now sorting out the finances going forward but she has several debts which they cannot afford to repay which is adding to her anxiety and stress. A Debt Relief Order would clear her debts allowing them a fresh start with their finances but they need to find £90 for the fee.
Our charity supports an asylum seeker, 54, struggling with mobility following a stroke and now living in a care home. He enjoys attending our charity’s weekly art sessions, befriending activities and English classes, as he has no other opportunities to meet people, calling them “a lifeline”. He cannot use public transport and needs specialist taxis with extra assistance which cost £30 a week. £150 would enable him to attend these “lifeline" sessions worry free for five weeks. Thank you.
K reached out for support from Christians Against Poverty and is going through a debt relief order. She lives alone after her long-term partner passed away suddenly last year. She has struggled with her income and managing to keep up with the bills since his passing. She is hopeful for a fresh start and to get on top of her budgeting with CAP's help and with her support worker who is making a big impact on her confidence and ability to leave the house. Your help would be gratefully appreciated.
We are seeking help towards a Debt Relief Order fee for a client who has got herself into quite a mess. She has really suffered with her mental health because of the debt that has mounted up over several years. It has become such a problem that she now can't afford to feed and cloth her children once all her bills are paid. Every time she tried to fix it, it just made it worse so a Debt Relief Order would finally resolve the problem and give her the fresh start that she needs. Thanks for any help you can offer.
Our client is a single mum with 4 children. Her partner left her with debts including huge rent arrears that she had no knowledge of as he used to manage their money. The only way to get her and the children free from debt is a debt relief order so we are looking for help towards the fee as she has no spare money at all. It would be such a blessing if you could help her and the children with a fresh start.
Our client has incurred debt through the turbulence of a zero hours contract during a pandemic. She's now struggling to pay her bills and debts whilst doing her best to find a job. Clearing her debts by means of a debt relief order would improve her situation significantly but she needs the £90 fee to be donated as she doesn’t have any spare money at all. Many thanks for any help you can offer.
A is a single lady with nearly £26,000 worth of debt and needs an urgent Debt Relief Order to stop the eviction process. She is disabled and living on benefit, struggling to get £90 together for the fees. She has had abusive partners in the past that have got her in this state of debts and a fresh start will mean the world to her, along with her being able to keep her home. Please could we help her?