SC lost his job earlier this year and his benefits were delayed which has put him in arrears with several providers. He has now started to receive benefits but his car needed an MOT & it failed. SC needs his car to get to job interviews, appointments and the food bank etc. To help him in his search and transition back in to work we are asking for help to pay his car MOT and the additional work that is required for it to pass. Thank you in advance.
N is working with Christians Against Poverty and is working towards bankruptcy. He's been living on a low level of Universal Credit, with many deductions so some weeks he can hardly afford to put money on his electric meter. Happily he has just secured some work cleaning, but he won't get paid for over a week, and has to pay to travel to the job. We're looking for help with electric top up money for his flat, and also the train fare for getting to work. Many thanks.
K is working with Christians Against Poverty to sort her finances, and is on an insolvency route. She has got very behind with her TV licence, and as she doesn't go out hardly at all the TV is a real lifeline for her. We'd love to help her get the arrears up to date so its not such a struggle to pay the weekly bills. Thank you.
S's marriage has just broken down and she has got into debt. She is now a single parent, with several children, who works part time. She has recently started working with Christians Against Poverty but is so hard up that she has had to borrow money from her children. Please could you help her pay some of her priority bills while she starts to get her life sorted.
R is working with Christians Against Poverty. She took time off work to look after a very sick friend for 3 months and although she informed her workplace it was not passed to the relevant department. Her work are now claiming back the payment for 2 of the months she took off and she has got into debt. Please could you help her to pay for living expenses while she gets her finances sorted out.
J has recently come out of prison, and he is determined to get life back together again for his wife and 2 kids. They've been really up against it with water, electric and gas bills etc whilst he wasn't around but they're now being really careful with their budgeting. He tells me he wants to pay for his own food rather than relying on foodbank, and when he gets some money he wants to buy a bible for his wife, as they've started going to church as a family.
G has recently lost his job. He came into this country on a spousal visa so is not entitled to any benefits or other public funds. He has been trying really hard to get another job but his money has run out and he does not have any money left to travel to interviews or look for work outside of the city. Any help you could give him to enable him to get a job would be much appreciated.
This lovely lady is struggling with debts. She has been to her local Citizens Advice office many times, and never followed through with advice. She is now trying to tackle her debts with their help and move forward. She is going to do a Debt Relief Order as a fresh start. She is worried about bailiffs knocking at her door. She has struggled with her ill health for years, but is now feeling strong enough to tackle her debts and move forward.
This family have fled a situation elsewhere in the country and are in need of money for their rent to pay for temporary accommodation. They will be housed by the council in a couple of weeks so this money, added to what has already been given, will pay for their rent this week.
This young single mum is in need of financial help. Her car is due an MOT in 2 weeks, but she doesn't have enough to cover the cost. She needs the car for her community care work but due to irregular hours & low income, she can't make ends meet. She is seeking help from Christians Against Poverty. She has had a very tough upbringing, an abusive ex-partner & is trying to make her own way. She's not closed to God, is open to prayer & idea of church, but due to her past, it's not easy- Acts 435 would be a great testimony of love.
This young family are just about managing with the dad obtaining temporary work where he can, whilst mum suffers from epilepsy. Sadly, their tumble dryer has just packed up and they simply do not having savings they can use for this. They would be most grateful for any assistance. Thank you.
Please could you help this lovely gentleman with his £90 Debt Relief Order fee? He is in recovery and is now making a new start in his life. He would love some help to get rid of his debts and have a fresh start. Thank you so much.
This man has come to his local Citizens Advice office for help with his debts. He is looking to take steps to get debt free so that bailiffs won't keep coming round and he can move forward and take steps to have a fresh start. He struggles with his anxiety and depression and can't really leave the house. He has got into debt by burying his head in the sand and ignoring his debts. Please could someone help him move forward.
J suffers from ill health and has fallen into debt. She is now working with Christians Against Poverty who have advised that she needs a Debt Relief order to clear her debts and make a fresh start. Help towards the £90 fee would be greatly appreciated.
M is working with Christians Against Poverty to sort his finances, and is on track to have his debts written off. He is on a very low level of Universal Credit, and there are quite a few deductions from this before he receives his monthly income. He lives in a remote village, and his budget doesn't even allow for bus fares into the job centre. I've referred him to our foodbank, but he has no chilled, frozen or fresh food currently. We'd love to be able to help with these basic needs.