D has periodontitis, a rare disease that causes his teeth to fall out. He had an operation before the first lockdown, which was not covered by the NHS and incredibly expensive, to prevent tooth loss. He lost both his jobs during the first lockdown, so he could not afford the follow up sessions and has now lost a considerable amount of teeth. D's reduced income also means he has built up debts, and he desperately wants a DRO so he can have a fresh start after a really tough time. Please could you help D?
M and K relocated for work just before first lockdown and were furloughed within 3 months of starting their new jobs. They were employed in hospitality so their work essentially ceased. Diversifying proved difficult and after struggling to maintain the business, the owner had to close permanently. They were in receipt of Universal Credit but debts increased as they no longer had the means to pay what was owed. M now needs a Debt Relief Order, but cannot afford the fee. Please would you help M?
M and K relocated for work just before the first lockdown and were furloughed within 3 months of starting their new jobs. They were employed in hospitality so their work essentially ceased. Diversifying proved difficult and after struggling to maintain the business, the owner had to close permanently. They were in receipt of Universal Credit but debts increased as they no longer had the means to pay what was owed. A Debt Relief Order is required and help is needed with the fee. Would you help K, please?
This mum of six has recently lost her job as a carer. Her husband was the main child carer and house-husband so has not been working. Both of them are now seeking work. Mum has always paid for her children to go on school trips but is unable to afford the upcoming residential trip for her 10 year old son. The school social worker has told me that this child would benefit from the trip so your help would be a real blessing.
Could you help this young man who is in need of an oven/ cooker for his home, please? He has been recently housed in a new home, and although he has managed to equip his property with some essentials he still needs a cooker. He is not currently working so has little spare cash and would find it impossible to save the amount needed from his benefits. It would make such a difference to his day to day life if he was able to cook a full meal.
This mother living with her two children at home has been struggling following a divorce and several deaths in her family, leading to anxiety and depression. She has no realistic short term opportunity to work again, and this has significantly reduced her income and created a debt problem. A Debt Relief Order would help her to clear off her existing debts and give her the chance to start rebuilding her life, budgeting on the benefits she currently receives and seeking further help with her health issues.
Mr I is unemployed and he has a low income. He has 3 children- two in primary school and the youngest is only 1 year old. He is living in a highly stressful situation because he can't afford to provide the essentials for his family. He asked for some help to buy a pushchair for his baby, as the pushchair that he used to use has broken and he can't afford to buy a new one. I would really appreciate it if you could help him to reduce the stress. Many thanks.
In 2020 M gave birth to an extremely premature baby at 22 weeks into her pregnancy, who ended up spending 8 months in hospital. M used all her money to visit her baby and to fund child care for her other three children. In the last month her cooker has broken down and she hasn't got funds to replace it. This is making it a struggle to feed her children as she is using a microwave for meals which isn't ideal. Any help offered will be highly appreciated.
R is currently working with Christians Against Poverty and, in order to solve her debts, it has been advised that she apply for a Debt Relief Order so that her debts can be cleared. There is simply no available money for her to raise this £90 fee and trying to save for this fee would delay her application. Please consider helping R so that she can start again with her debts behind her and look forward to a more positive future. Thank you.
K is currently working with Christians Against Poverty and the best way for him to solve his many years of debts is to apply for a Debt Relief Order. Currently there is simply no spare money in his monthly budget to pay for this and this means delaying his application. He has other debts that will not clear through the DRO, so his situation is very difficult as he tries to work his way out of debt, as well as seeking employment to provide for his family. Please help K to move forward in his situation. Thank you.
A 42 year old man from Bournemouth is in need of photographic ID. He is in recovery from addiction and doing really well. However, as he applies for things he needs, he struggles without photographic identification. This young man also has a dream to slowly save up and get a moped so that he can get to his volunteer work more easily. Getting a provisional driving license would not only provide him with the identification he desperately needs, but would also be a step towards his dream.