This lady, a single mum to three children, is struggling with the cost of living due to ill health and being unable to work full time. She is in the process of getting a Debt Relief Order (DRO) and would appreciate help with the fee. This would enable her to complete her DRO, start afresh with a clean slate, concentrate on getting better and hopefully find full time employment.
This lady, a single mum to two children, is in the process of getting a Debt Relief Order (DRO) and would appreciate help with the fee. Due to current health problems she is only able to work part time and is struggling financially to pay off her debts. Having the fee paid would enable her to complete the DRO, become debt free and have a much brighter future for herself and her children.
This lady is disabled and is reliant on her car for her and her children's needs, including school runs and appointments. Her car needs a new thermostat, timing belt and water pump. She has got the parts but doesn't have the money to pay for labour. We are helping her with budgeting and debts and will be doing a Debt Relief Order shortly to give her a fresh start, following which she will be able to save for future car costs. She would be very grateful for any donations to help her through this tricky period.
This gentleman has been referred to us by his GP's Social Prescriber who has been supporting him for over a year. He is now struggling with the cost of living crisis as his rent has gone up by almost £70 a month and his direct debit for electricity gone up to £55 a month. Your support would cover his electricity for a couple of months and help to give him peace of mind at this stressful time.
This lady was referred to us by her surgery's Social Prescriber. J has been referred to the incontinence service for free pads, but there is a waiting list. She is having to pay £50 a month for pads at present, creating a dent in the family's income which they cannot afford due to the cost of living crisis. Please could we help for 2 months? She has also been referred to the foodbank.
This lady has been referred to us by her GP's Social Prescriber. S has been referred to the incontinence service for free pads, but unfortunately there is a waiting list. She is having to pay £50 a month for pads at present which is creating a dent in the family's limited income. Please could you help with a two month's supply? This would be greatly appreciated.
O is working towards bankruptcy with Christians Against Poverty to clear her debts. She is a victim of domestic violence and her 2 older children struggle with mental health issues. She uses her car to visit one, who lives in supported accommodation, so it's a real lifeline for the family (actually donated by someone at church). However, the car has just failed its MOT. Any help would be gratefully appreciated, thank you.
This gentleman is hoping to complete a Debt Relief Order (DRO) application, however cannot afford the attached fee. A DRO would help him clear his debts and give him a fresh start with his finances. He is receiving support for his financial situation so he shouldn't occur debt moving forward and will be a in a better, more positive place with his money.
R is working with Christians Against Poverty and they have advised a Debt Relief Order as the best way out of his debt problem. He's on a very low level of benefits, and can't work currently because of an upcoming hand operation. We'd love to be able to get him debt free as soon as possible- he just won't be able to afford to pay the necessary statutory fee. Thanks for any help you're able to give.
X is a Christians Against Poverty client who is working hard to address his debts. Unfortunately, he is struggling to raise the money for his fee due to the cost of living increasing. Any slight increase in costs impacts on his food budget. Fortunately, X is getting closer to becoming debt free and recently he gave his life to Jesus. His life is looking up and we hope with your help he'll soon be debt free and enjoy a fresh start.
X is a Christians Against Poverty client working hard to address his debts. He is on a low income and would struggle to raise his Debt Relief Order fee. Life has been hard for X but he's optimistic about the future if he can clear his debts. We'd be so grateful if you could help.
Due to domestic violence, J had to leave her home in Hampshire and move back to Cornwall with 2 small children. Lower pay and less working hours soon meant that J found herself struggling and in debt. J is working with Christians Against Poverty to become debt free and the recommended route for her is a Debt Relief Order. Sadly, with little income and rising inflation J is unable to afford the £90 fee and would be very grateful for any help you might give her and her family to have a fresh start.
F's husband died suddenly about 2 years ago.. She has chronic health issues and is unable to work. Because of both of these reasons, she has ended up in debt and is now working with Christians Against Poverty to try and resolve this. A Debt Relief Order has been recommended but this costs £90 which she cannot afford. Please can you help?
Our client came to us in desperate need, as she has been struggling with her utility bills since the rise in costs and she has been unable to purchase food to keep herself going. She is recovering from a brain injury so is unable to work currently. We are trying to support this client for the future, but your support would help get our client back on her feet after her brain injury.
W is 65 and was a carer for both her husband and mother. Sadly, both of them died in November/December 2021. S is grieving for both of them and this difficult time for her is made worse due to the financial problems that she is having to deal with as her income has reduced. She is relying on her credit card and has got into debt. Citizens Advice are helping her with her debts and possible sources of benefit support. A voucher towards for her grocery shopping bill would mean so much to her.
Mr N would like assistance to fund his travel to see his children following a separation from his partner who has moved away. In order to disrupt their lives as little as possible, Mr N travels to them where possible but is struggling to finance this as his outgoings have increased significantly now he is covering everything with his income alone. He is looking to downsize in order to decrease expenditures but any help you can provide for the interim would be greatly appreciated
This gentleman has asked for help as he is struggling financially whilst caring for a friend. He cannot afford the Debt Relief Order (DRO) fee, so would appreciate help with this to enable the DRO to go through. This would give him a much brighter future, and enable him to care for his friend with less stress.
This lady is a Mum to three young boys. She was suddenly bereaved of her partner who had essentially controlled everything, and died leaving her in terrible debt having convinced her the threatening letters were not important. She isn’t very confident, but through Christians Against Poverty and Foodbank support is becoming stronger and more able. If Acts 435 can help with this request, then the Foodbank and the local church will support her with the remaining balance for the carpet.
This gentleman is receiving help from the Chippenham Christian Against Poverty (CAP) Debt Centre to get out of debt. We would appreciate your help in raising his Debt Relief Order fee. He is currently unemployed and having a fresh start and becoming debt free would give him such relief, from the worry and stress which comes from being in unmanageable debt.
B is a young single mum who has recently moved house to Cornwall. She has a three month old baby and has moved into accommodation with concrete floors and no carpet. £120 would enable us to purchase a carpet for her lounge. We have found a volunteer who would be able to fit the carpet and donate underlay. She is going to be able to fund the other rooms gradually month by month but this is the largest room and would start her off.