Jen is a cleaner, and her employer muddled her tax payments, resulting in a demand for back payments and fines. Jen became so worried that she had to be signed off sick, and her debts increased as she was unable to cope with anything. Citizens Advice are helping Jen with complaining about her tax demand but they have advised that a Debt Relief Order is the only way forward to give her a fresh start and ease her anxiety. Jen would be most grateful for help with the fee.
J has severe learning difficulties which were compounded with abuse experienced as a child. As a result she is also receiving treatment and support from the mental Health Team NHS. This has led to a lifetime of financial problems which are now being address with help from Citizens Advice. They have assessed her as eligible for a DRO. Once this goes through her support workers can begin to help her better manage her finances.
Mum and her partner have just moved into a new property at short notice as they were living with parents and the relationships became strained. I support the family with finances and debts, although mum has just got another loan from Credit Union to buy necessities. I am not wanting the family to get into further debt, however they do not a have a Television, in my opinion the family do not have money to go out entertaining the child,The child has witnessed a lot of DV with various partners
S and her disabled daughter are struggling to live and have got into a lot of debt just trying to survive. Their rent arrears have accrued so much that they face eviction this month. S is very suicidal and I need to do a Debt Relief Order in the next few days to prevent her and her daughter being evicted. She has no money for the fee, please could you help her stay in her home - that would be so so brilliant for her and bring to an end a long term stressful situation. Thank you!
I am working with a lady whose son Sidney (aged 12) has complex special needs. She is the main carer for her child as her husband suffers with depression. They are currently in debt and so are on a very tight budget. Sid has outgrown his "buggy" and desperately now needs a wheelchair. They have identified a reconditioned one for £125 but do not have any spare money to be able to buy this. The wheelchair would make life so much easier for Sid & his mum. Please can you help? Thank you!
S and A are married with a young family. Due to language issues A is finding it difficult to find work and also struggles with the benefits system. They are on a low income and are struggling with debt. They are working with Christians Against Poverty to move forward with their lives. Their oven is broken and they are struggling to cook meals for their family. They would be extremely grateful if you would donate money towards the second hand oven. Thank you.
D is in receipt of ESA but has recently been sanctioned. She is struggling to make ends meet and is in debt.She is is need of new pots, pans and crockery in her flat and cannot afford to buy them from her current benefits and to also help her clear some of her debt.
C&J were addicts for many years,children in & out of care & v poorly.They have completely transformed their lives,an example of the life changing support of the centre we run, giving years & years of support. The final challenge to overcome is giving them a financial fresh start. They are carrying debt from the years of addiction and now we would love to help obtain a Debt Relief Order for each of them - this will complete the work of recovery and set them on track for their new life! Thank you!
J&C were addicts for many years,children in & out of care & v poorly.They have completely transformed their lives,an example of the life changing support of the centre we run, giving years & years of support. The final challenge to overcome is giving them a financial fresh start. They are carrying debt from the years of addiction and now we would love to help obtain a Debt Relief Order for each of them - this will complete the work of recovery and set them on track for their new life! Thank you!
T is a single mum who came to us because of old debts which she is struggling to pay. Following advice we are applying for a Debt Relief Order for her but she needs help finding the remaining £45. T's disability means she cannot work currently but spends her time being a mum for her only son who has needs of his own. Getting a DRO will mean she can put the past behind and make a fresh start for her little family. Thank you!
Jean and her new partner have 5 children and a grandchild living with them. This new household looks happy and stable, and their incomes are sufficient to feed and clothe everyone. However, Jean and her partner had both allowed the partners from their previous relationships to manage their finances, with the result that they have debts which they can't pay off. Jean's partner can just afford to pay for his own Debt Relief Order, but Jean would be most grateful for help with the fee for hers.
Jo is in very poor health, and life is a constant struggle for her. She doesn't receive much support from her family and has slid into debt and periodic homelessness. She has sought help from Citizens Advice, who are helping her on welfare benefits but also advise that a Debt Relief Order is the only way for Jo to make a fresh start. Jo would really appreciate help with the fee.
Gaby finds it hard to ask for help, but she has finally admitted to Citizens Advice that she suffers from mental ill health and hasn't been able to manage her finances. Citizens Advice believe that it's not too late to rescue Gaby from her money difficulties and that the first step should be a Debt Relief Order. Gaby hopes that kind donors from Acts 435 will help her with the fee.