This single mum has a daughter with down's syndrome and has health issues herself. Her daughter creates extra washing and mum is desperate to be able to provide clean clothes for her family. D is a Christians Against Poverty client and her income is very low, so after the bills are paid there is no spare money for household necessities. Help towards a second hand machine would be gratefully received. Thank you.
This single, hard working mum of two school aged boys is struggling to manage due to historic debt. She is being assisted with a debt plan by Christians Against Poverty, but her cooker has broken. She has no savings to replace this. We have found a replacement cooker for £85. Can you help?
This single mother caring for her two school aged children has struggled with sudden job loss at the start of the pandemic leaving her with mounting debts and rising levels of stress and anxiety. A Debt Relief Order would clear her debts and give her the peace of mind and renewed confidence to start rebuilding and reorganising her family life, to look again for new work, whilst enabling her to adjust her family budgeting to the benefits she currently receives, without significant debt repayment demands.
This mother has struggled after losing her job at the beginning of the pandemic. She is caring for her four children on her own but her debts have now become overwhelming with debt repayments making it very difficult to provide for her family properly. A Debt Relief Order would help her to clear her debts and give her the peace and stability to start rebuilding her life, looking for work again and budgeting on the benefits she currently receives.
This gentleman is the new partner of a lady who has escaped domestic violence with 5 children and they have no savings and low income, so have been unable to afford to insure him to drive. This is creating a huge barrier for them as they have numerous appointments to attend and she is struggling with the pressure of doing it all. She has been diagnosed with kidney stones and is in increasing pain. They cannot afford taxis to the hospital. The funds are to insure him to drive (quoted at £148).
M is a young person who is currently living in supported accommodation and being helped to get her life back on track by her mentor. She has a difficult background and now suffers with mental health problems and the burden of unmanageable debt as a result. Could you help her to make a fresh start by paying the £90 that she needs to get a Debt Relief Order and start again?
Z is working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to manage her debts. Z has mental health issues and has been in low mood, her parents are very ill and she is having marital problems. Z is trying to move to a smaller rented property to help mange her finances better. Z shared that her life is very difficult at the moment. Z is trying to restart her life and a debt relief order would help her to move on in life. She is attending talking therapy, working with CAP and look after herself to help her make a new start.