B is a single parent who has over £18,000 worth of debts from various abusive relationships. She now finds herself unable to clear the debts without going through a Debt Relief Order. Please consider helping her with the fees so we can deal with her debts and help her concentrate on being a parent and building her new home with her children.
This lady has fled domestic abuse with her 4 children but her soon to be ex husband has stopped paying child maintenance (again) just before Christmas. She is now unable to pay her gas or electricity bill for December. She is doing so well and budgets so carefully but she cannot cope financially without the child maintenance payments. If you could help it would make such a difference - she is very proud and it took a lot for her to ask for help. Thank you.
This lady is a client of Christians Against Poverty. She has a 4 year old child, is heavily pregnant and has other medical complications which are monitored by the hospital. Recently, her brother's partner died tragically and suddenly leaving 2 children behind. The young couple have been supporting the brother through the bereavement and have had to employ taxis as the young lady is heavily pregnant. They also need help towards gas, electricity and a suit for the funeral. We earnestly request support for this couple.
A is a client of Christians Against Poverty and is currently working towards becoming bankrupt. He struggles with mental health issues - he has ADHD and anxiety. He has 3 children who stay with him every other weekend. It has been impossible to save for Christmas and he has nothing to give them as presents. He feels very inadequate over this, so any donation would make a huge difference to his relationship with his children.
Our client has an urgent need to appeal the adoption process of his grandson. He only has until December 19th to put the forms in and there is a cost of £235. They have not taken into account that the family can look after the son and if he doesn't get the appeal in they will loose the grandson forever. We have £30 already for him and £120 would mean that he will only have to pay £85. He is on benefits so this will be a big stretch for him. There seems to have been a huge injustice in this case so far.