S lost her job as a care worker after injuring herself. She has been trying to get another job but has been unsuccessful so far. She had to wait for her benefits to start and has got into financial difficulties. She is now working with Christians Against Poverty who feel that her best way out of debt is with a Debt Relief Order. Please can you help to give S a fresh start. Thank you.
K has recently been through a very traumatic experience which has caused depression. Because of this her 3 young children have gone to live temporarily with her mother. K is giving her mother all the benefits that she gets for the children and is struggling financially. She has got into debt and when I met her at the foodbank her electric had been turned off. Please can you help.
M is currently working with Christians Against Poverty to get her debts sorted. She has recently moved from a two bedroom property to a one bedroom so she is no longer hit by the bedroom tax to help with her tight budget. She has moved in with the understanding that she will pay the deposit within a short time. Her friends and family have helped her out with some of the deposit but there is a shortfall. Would you please give so we can meet this?
T is a 21 year old single mum to two children. She has no contact with the children's father due to domestic violence. T fell into debt whilst living with her abusive ex-partner. She has now escaped that tragic situation and sought help with her debts from her local Citizens Advice. She wishes to get a Debt Relief Order to give her a fresh start but is unable to afford the £90 fee to do this. Please could someone help T to start the new year free of debt? Thank you.
M is a 26 year old man who has suffered with mental health and drug dependency issues for a number of years. He is now clean and lives with his partner and their two young children. He found himself in significant debt and really hit rock bottom, feeling suicidal. He works part time, but his income is limited. M reached out to Citizens Advice for help and is now seeking a Debt Relief Order to give him a clean slate. Please could someone help give this man and his family a fresh start. Thank you.
The Mum of this family is living on Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with multiple health problems. Living with her is her daughter who also has health problems and her grandchild who has severe health problems. Because her DLA can't cover all the expenses of every day living, the family have been pushed to seek help from our finance team who are applying for a Debt Relief Order.
D reached out to Faithworks Wessex's Community Money Advice for help with his debts and he is now seeking a Debt Relief Order which will give him a fresh start. We first met D when he was homeless and it has been really good to see how far he has come and the progress he is making.
N is a 43 year old man suffering from mental health issues. He fell into debt after losing his job. He did not claim any benefits owing to his poor mental health. This meant N was unable to keep up with his bills. Eventually, he sought help with his mental health from a local charity, who referred him for debt advice. He is struggling to afford the £90 fee for a Debt Relief Order. If someone could please donate help to get his life back on track, free of debt, he would be really grateful. Thank you!
S is a 54 year old man. He has two jobs, but both are on zero hour contracts. As such, his income varies and he was unable to keep up payments for historic debts. After seeking debt advice with a local charity, he has decided to pursue a Debt Relief Order to give him a fresh start. Unfortunately, he cannot afford the £90 fee. If someone could please help toward this figure it would be much appreciated. Thank you.
D is a 32 year old lady who suffers with anxiety and depression. She was recently the victim of domestic violence. She has two young children and has been struggling financially. In seeking to address her debts, she has decided to complete a Debt Relief Order to clear her debts and allow her a fresh start. Please consider donating to assist D in starting 2020 free of the financial and mental burden of her debts.