Client has 2 children and is requesting help to buy extra food as the children are on break from school and they need more food at home. She needs to charge light.
Client has 1 child and needed to buy extra food home because of her child Her daughter is on break from school
Client has 3 children and not working. She's requesting for help with cash so she can buy enough food home as the children are on holiday from school.
D is currently out of work and he has been unable to manage his budget and his everyday living expenses. He has found himself in debt with his rent and council tax and due to his low income consisting of benefits only, he is unable to repay these. He can apply for a Debt Relief Order which will help him manage his debts and needs some help to pay the fee for this.
Single Mum of 5 children, Miss B. She has recently had to give up work due to child care commitments, Grandma used to look after the children but at the age of 70 she was struggling to cope and couldn't help out anymore. Miss B will now receive Income support and is struggling financially to find the money for a school uniform for her 8 year old son. This appeal is for £120 to buy school uniform including a school coat and shoes.
P is a single man who has about £10,000 worth of debt. His only way forward is to do a DRO and he needs money for fees. He is not working but has an interview next week to get back into welding. He has an alcohol problem but is now addressing this. He was so overwhelmed when we told him we would try and get him £90 from a Christian across the Nation. He already feels such a weight has lifted off him and he can actually have a hope.
Thomas is a single man living alone in rented accommodation and he claims Job Seekers Allowance as his sole income. Thomas has neck and shoulder problems from working in construction, and he is currently sleeping on the couch as his bed has broken, and this is very uncomfortable for him-he would be grateful for any help you can provide.
This young man was homeless and had nothing. He is in temporary accommodation provided by the church and is making good effort to get his life back on track. Unfortunately a member of his extended family has died and he would like to attend the funeral but hasn't any smart clothes and shoes to wear. He is in receipt of basic benefit so hasn't enough money for anything extra. Please can you help him to pay his respects and also look smart for some upcoming job interviews.
Samuel recently received support from you to help translate his certificates to get a college course. He has been accepted on a college course and is looking for support to pay for a level 3 Awards in Maths at Leeds City College. He has managed to collate some of the money himself but needs a further £120 of the £500.
Paula is a hard working lady, due to illness she had to give up her job and found herself in a lot of debt. She has been retraining and is now ready to go back into work, unfortunatley while she was off sick she put on weight and also has very painful feet so she needs specialist shoes.The money will help her to buy new clothes which will enable her to go for job interviews.
This young mum has been left by her partner to bring up their 15 month old son on her own. She has a baby due in December and needs a double pushchair. It is unlikely that her children's father will help as he is not supporting her at all.
Dylan is a young man who is in the process of setting up home for the first time. He is in need of a grant to purchase carpets. He has no carpets currently throughout his tenancy.
This lady has no children and she has tried many times but the procedure costs a lot of money. She is an asylum seeker and unemployed. She is living alone with her husband who works part time with very limited wages. Now she is trying to do another test for a trial to have a child which costs a lot. She asked for some financial help as she can't afford the whole costs due to her circumstances.
This mother has recently lost her job and is not yet receiving benefits. She needs money to buy clothes and shoes for her six year old daughter and to be able to by food for them whilst they are without income.
David grew up in a area and family where crime and drugs have been the norm. He has served a couple of prison sentences but, since release last year, has been really motivated to make changes in his life. He has shown a positive work ethic by volunteering on renovation projects for a church community hall and a community cafe. He is desperate to get into full-time employment but one of the practical barriers he is facing is getting photo id that is accepted for accredited training and employers