£120 needed for food, utility bills, and travel costs
From Liversedge - 48 years old.
T is severely disabled with chronic arthritis, and suffers with asthma. He receives Universal Credit, but large deductions leave him struggling to cover his living costs. He contacted us because he had no money to get to a hospital appointment for tests. He is very worried that he may have cancer. He also revealed that he had hardly eaten for several days because he had no food left, and very little gas and electric. He has 2 weeks until his next benefits payment and any help to meet these costs would be a real blessing.