A has recently moved to the area and requires constant support due to being deaf. He has been deaf since he was born and has difficulties communicating with others. He has recently just been made redundant from his job in a local supermarket and has had to make a claim for Universal Credit. He is not entitled to an advanced payment as he is currently paying back one he had previously. He has a job interview in a factory next week. Please help this gentleman with living costs until his payment.
S is part of a very personable couple who have great difficulty in managing their finances. The situation now means that their only course of action is to seek individual Debt Relief Orders. The couple both have individual debts as well as joint debts, so they each must make a separate application for a Debt Relief Order. Going forward, the couple have made great strides in controlling their spending and living within a budget. Would Acts 435 donors please consider giving to this lady?
D is a gentleman who has in the past found it challenging to live within his means. He now is coming to terms with the concept, and the future looks bright. He is the husband of S who is the subject of a separate request. Due to the nature of the Debt Relief Order legislation, each partner must make an individual application so that their joint debts are addressed. If only one partner applies for a Debt Relief Order the other, for most debts, will be liable for the full amount. Can I ask you to consider helping D?
A is an intelligent young woman who finds relationships and motherhood difficult. Both her children were taken into care as babies after she broke up with the two ex partners she was with at the time. I am helping her with her debt problems and I think that a Debt Relief Order would be the best option. Can you help me to help her, and contribute to the Debt Relief Order fee?
P has been trying to get ID for quite a while now but kept getting knocked back as the legal system has changed. Please help P get a deed poll so he can legally change his name to what he has been called for nearly 30 years. This will help him get ID, which is the key to opening the door for a bank account, housing and a lot of employment. P has worked with us for a number of months after his life fell apart due to alcoholism, but has slowly rebuilt his life.