L is a young mother with two boys. She has a very low income and what little money she has is spent on her children. She has broken her glasses and can't afford new ones. She also needs pots, pans and plates. She is being supported by Keyring Charity who help clients back into independent living. Any help would be really appreciated.
M is a young mother who was in a very abusive relationship. This included financial abuse by her ex-partner causing her to get into debt. She is being supported by Keyring charity and needs a Debt Relief Order to deal with her debts, but she can't afford the £90 fee. Please donate to help her get back on her feet.
This young mum of 3 has had to leave her home because of domestic violence. Her service charges at the refuge have reached £400 and she is struggling to manage her finances. She is also suffering from depression and self harm. £120 towards this £400 arrears would reduce the amount significantly, would allow her to set up a manageable weekly payment plan, and on the way to a fresh start with her children. Any donation would be a real blessing.
P is a single woman living alone and she works part-time at a local hospital. She claims Universal Credit to top-up her low income. It costs her £60 per month to travel to work and she is struggling financially as she is receiving several deductions from benefits. We have contacted Universal Credit to get the deductions reduced but this will take one month. P has multiple health problems but felt forced to return to work to survive and would be grateful for any help you can provide.
This young couple have a three year old child and have gotten into debt. They are really struggling with bills, and their child wets the bedding every night. This means they are spending money that they don't really have on washing bedding. All of this is affecting their relationship and we just want to help them to take the pressure off. Can you contribute to some of their electricity and gas bills?
R is a single-parent living with her 5-year-old daughter in rented accommodation and she claims Universal Credit and Child Benefit. R is spending £100 per month in public travel costs to take her daughter to school, which is leaving her with little money for food and housekeeping. We have helped R apply to a charity for a regular allowance but it can take a month for the application to be processed, so a bus pass will be so useful for the time being.