E and C are a lovely couple working with Christians Against Poverty. They have a lot of debt, mostly through the DWP. E was receiving sick pay long term, when the DWP told him he was fit for work, and he was made to pay back £30,000. C also was told she owed thousands after working two more hours on her job, and it was ruled fraudulent. They are working hard to pay back their debts. They have enough to pay for their insolvency fees except the last £100. Can you help them with this last hurdle?
This man has accrued many debts, especially for Water and Council tax. He receives Universal Credit but struggles to make ends meet. He is now caring for 2 grandchildren as his daughter is not coping. This has put further strain on his finances. He is unable to look for work as he has young children to look after. A gift from Acts 435 donors to cover his debts would be a great help to him and give him space to care for his grandchildren. Thank you.
"Last year I graduated university. Afterwards I faced a lot of challenges including my mental health and I struggled to find a place to live as I was homeless. Then I came to live at a Christian supported housing charity helping young people in crisis. I felt like I was consistently in crisis as I was estranged from my parents from a young age with very little support. I am now making progress with my life and would like to get a good bike that I can use to get to my warehouse job."