This lady is, with support, applying for a Debt Relief Order (DRO) to address her debts. She also has rent arrears. The lady has very poor mental health and she would be really grateful if Acts 435 donors could help her clear these arrears and pay the DRO fee please.
X is working her way out of debt with Christians Against Poverty. Her cooker has broken and she is finding this very difficult as she has severe health problems. Her 8 year old son lives with her. A gift to help buy a secondhand cooker would be a great blessing to them both.
N currently lives with her parents following the breakdown of her relationship with her partner due to domestic violence. Her ex Partner purchased goods using her details and she now finds herself in substantial debt. N would like to apply for a Debt Relief Order to alleviate her situation. N is currently unable to meet the fee for the Debt Relief Order of £90.
L lives with her partner and their two young children and she suffers from significant mental health issues. L has unmanageable debt and is unable to repay the arrears upon the debt and wishes to apply for a Debt Relief Order. She is living in poor housing and about to be evicted. L wishes to apply for a Debt Relief Order to help her situation but is unable to afford the fee of £90.
S lives with her small child and has been suffering with her mental health and rarely leaves her home. She has been struggling with debt which has not helped with her mental health issues. S would like to apply for a Debt Relief Order but she is unable to pay the fee of £90. A Debt Relief order would help her to manage her finances and assist with her mental health issues.
GS has been in his council flat a long time but after they did some repair work and left a mess, he hasn't managed to pay for paint to cover it up. The amount the council gave him didn't cover it, and they wouldn't give more as he has rent arrears due to bedroom tax. He can't move out currently as he'd be fined due to the 'poor decor'. Being able to paint over the problem would literally help this man move forward.
L is a 37 year old woman who has just broken up with her partner. L has two children who are both in local authority care. She has substantial debts, and the only way forward is via a Debt Relief Order. Can you help L?
This Mum of 4 recently separated from her husband and is having to move home as she cannot afford the rent and does not have a guarantor. The family are facing huge debts and really struggling. Mum has fibromyalgia and is dealing with a great amount of stress which is impacting her mental health. She needs a wardrobe and 2 sets of draws to support her to get back on her feet, which she could purchase at a local furniture scheme.
L has recently moved many miles from his home due to racial abuse in his home town. This caused him severe mental health problems and a feeling of isolation. He has been unable to deal with his financial situation, due to his mental health, and his finances have become out of control. He is seeking a Debt Relief Order so that he can make a new start with his finances, now that his mental health is starting to improve.
D is a single mother of two children aged 8 and 2 on Universal Credit. She suffers from mental health issues and has been the victim of domestic violence. Her children have just now moved back in with her, previously they were both living with their grandmother. She has struggled alone with her debt problems, but she has now sought help. She needs a Debt Relief Order because she has substantial debts and a very low income. Can you help?