T suffers with mental health and low income due to not being able to work. He has been working with Christians Against Poverty to sort out his debt and due to his low income his budget is not sustainable. He only has a small debt but the only other option is to go through a full Debt Relief Order which is not ideal. The requested amount would clear his debt and give him a fresh start to be able to live in a budget and start to work on his mental health progress. Thank you so much for your support, in advance.
K is a mum of 3 on Universal Credit. She is struggling to make ends meet due to her landlord increasing her rent and there not being any social housing available. Her washing machine has broken and she can't afford a new one, can you help?
M lost his electric top up key and does not have access to a mobile phone. He has since built up some arrears (£40) and will need to buy a phone in order to facilitate future payments. A local foodbank has helped reactivate the account but going forward M, who suffers with his mental health, will need to become more independent. The mobile will be a huge step towards this.
P is a single mum trying to do her best. She suffers from mental health and medical issues from a surgery that didn't go as well as expected. A near tragedy was recently averted when her daughter was stabbed in a domestic violence incident. The perpetrator is now in prison. Debts have built up during this difficult time, and P is being supported by Christians Against Poverty with these. Please could you help her with the fee to enable her to go through a Debt Relief Order?
D is on very low benefits and under the care of a supportive addiction charity helping him become more independent. Your support is urgently needed to help with gas and electric ??“ he currently has no money until he is next paid. After a support worker visited his home this morning, they found the electric and gas had been turned off for 3 days.
S is employed part time but her working hours and earnings have dropped as she is attending a 6 week IT course. S is very committed to the course and progressing well. She is now struggling to pay for electricity. S doesn’t have the money required to travel independently for overtime (weekdays she can car share) to work vital additional weekend shifts. Your support would provide security for the remaining 5 weeks of the course by providing the cost of train tickets.
J is a single dad on a very low income, working long hours to support his young family. This request is made on behalf of his son who has outgrown his bed and very old mattress. He rarely gets a good night's sleep and his tiredness has been noted at the special school he attends. It has been adversely affecting his education. A new adult sized frame and a quality mattress will be a huge blessing to the family.
R has been in recovery for ten months and is now ready to leave the programme. He has renewed his faith in God and is excited that he is about to become independent once again, as well as being debt free due to the help from Christians Against Poverty. All he needs is the Debt Relief Order fee to make that happen.
K is a young, widowed mum of two teenage children who is experiencing real hardship and worry, due to her sons extreme mental health condition which requires regular intervention and twenty four hour care. His bed has just broken and both children need new school shoes and other clothes in order to get them through. Due to a recent ID theft, K does not have easy access to her accounts and this has caused her arrears to build up as her case is investigated.
C had a difficult relationship in the past which resulted in her getting into debt. She has a two year old son and works part time, but is actively trying to find a better job to provide for her son. She has been advised to go through a Debt Relief Order, by Christians Against Poverty, so she can make a new start for them both. Please can you help C to raise the much needed Debt Relief Order fees and relieve some of her financial pressures?
L is a full time carer for her autistic son. His ageing cat has been very ill and has had to be put down. L was a client of Frontline Debt Advice and, although she now manages her ongoing expenditure, has no savings with which to settle the vet bill. Your support at this sad time would be very much appreciated.
N is on Universal Credit and was rehoused a year ago, following a marriage breakdown. The flat had nothing in it in the way of furnishings and he has spent the last year trying to get things together for himself. N has lived for a year on microwave meals and is in great need of an electric cooker. He would be so grateful if money could be given to enable him to purchase one.