R moved into one of our properties a few months ago although came to us with some debt. She had previously worked part time in a shop but was signed off due to mental health & health issues (anxiety/depression and diabetes). She has no family support in the area. R is managing living costs and paying bills but still has very little in her home furniture or household belongings and would like a grant to buy a hoover cleaning items
B has two young children and is expecting a third. She has recently escaped an abusive relationship but has been left with debts which need to be written off through a debt relief order. This will free her to look after her family on her low income. She is not able to pay the £90 fee herself - please support B as she begins this new chapter.
M has been working with us for a number of years after being released from prison but currently has a lot of debt from unpaid utility bills which she is unable to pay as she is out of work. M's life has completely turned around since becoming a Christian in prison and she is now going back into the same prisons she was once in to work alongside the men and women to help break down the barriers people have to employment. Please support her in this journey of helping others break the prison cycle!
My client is currently claiming benefits and working to resolve his debts - we have applied for a Debt Relief Order on his behalf but he is in need of £90 to pay for this. Any help towards this would be much appreciated.
A young lady is struggling to buy furniture after needing to move home. She has been through an eviction due to the benefit cap and has multiple debts including rent/council tax arrears. She is trying to change her life around after struggling with addiction. She has now secured accommodation and needs stability in order for her children to be returned to the family home. Please can Acts 435 help.