S and her mother came to this country to escape persecution because they became Christians. Their initial application to stay has been turned down and they are appealing. They have been housed in Plymouth but have to go to Liverpool to make a new visa application and to London to see the allocated solicitor. They have no means of paying for these journeys. The Refugee Centre has funded some of the cost but don't have funds for all of it. Any help you could give would be most appreciated.
This lady is stuck in a cycle of working hard but not having enough money even though she has a simple lifestyle. We are going to help her with budgeting. She has some debts which the Citizens Advice Bureau are helping with. They've advised her to go for a debt relief order but there is a fee of £90. This request is to help her with this to get her out of debt and out of this cycle.
S is working with Christians Against Poverty to sort some big debts, and they have recommended bankruptcy to write off her debts. She is living on a tight budget so there is not much spare for when things go wrong. Her fridge freezer is not working properly and we've found a second hand one to replace it, and are looking at funding to include the man and van to deliver. Also, some help with bus fares for coming into appointments in Exeter. Any help would be much appreciated.
Sue is working with Christians Against Poverty to sort her finances and they have recommended bankruptcy as the best way forward. Despite working full time her budget is very tight so it is taking a long time to save the fee; £680 total. It would be great to be able to help her with this last chunk, so any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
This young lady has been struggling with mental health issues and as a consequence her daughter now lives with the clients mother. As she was unable to work, she accrued debts which Christians Against Poverty are now helping her with. She needs to have a Debt Relief Order done in order to deal with the debts but this costs £90. She has just started a part time job but it will take her a considerable time to save the £90. Any help towards the fees would be greatly appreciated.
This young lad has a mother who suffers from mental health issues and his older brother is addicted to drugs and still lives in the family home. At the moment he is fostered out on the occasional weekend to get respite from his life at home. He desperately wants to join a local gym to give him an outlet for his frustrations. There is no money in the household to budget for this so I appealing to ACTS 435 to help.