S has recently moved into his own flat, but without savings and just living off Universal Credit, he has no way of furnishing it. It is difficult for S to feel comfortable in the new house and would like to make it feel more like a home. Please could you support him as he makes a fresh start?
F has recently moved into his own place after a difficult period. As he is solely living off of Universal Credit, and has no savings, he has no way of purchasing the items that will make this house feel like home. Please could you support him in this new start? He needs a TV, a microwave, a freeview box and a table top cooker. Thank you.
S has recently moved into his own flat, but, without savings and living off Universal Credit, he has no way of furnishing it. S has no way of storing fresh food without a fridge freezer and would really appreciate ay support in purchasing one. A washing machine will allow him to ensure his clothes are clean and not have to worry about getting to and paying for the laundrette. Any help would be so appreciated, thank you.
The applicant is a unique, hard-working individual who has come into difficulty in the later stages of their life. This includes them giving up full time work to care for their spouse whose health is deteriorating. They themselves also suffer from multiple health conditions which recently includes depression. The applicant is in need of some help to fund some home adaptations as their spouse has recently returned home from hospital. These adaptations include replacing their current oven.
D suffers with poor mental health, particularly debilitated by severe agoraphobia and rarely leaves her house. In order to manage on her small income, and avoid triggering her illness, she batch cooks and freezes her food. Her freezer has recently broken which means she is unable to do this and is really struggling. She does not have any savings to purchase a new freezer and would really appreciate your help.
The applicant was living in a shared property with their mother when their mother contracted and died from Covid-19. The applicant wanted a fresh start and was able to move to a new council flat. The flat is unfurnished and they are currently on a very low income and unable to work due to their multiple health conditions. The applicant was unable to take any essential items or furniture with them and is requesting any help with purchasing furniture for the new flat to make it more of a home.
L has recently been helped by Acts 435 to buy a freezer. She is in poor health and her old bed has broken and the mattress is ripped. She is currently sleeping on a two seater sofa. Her sleeping arrangements are not helping her rest and are exacerbating her health issues. She gets basic Universal Credit and has only just sent off for a Personal Independence Plan form. It will take approximately 3 months to process the claim.
M is a single person living in rented accommodation currently living off of benefit payments. Last month her fridge stopped working during the night and flooded the kitchen, she has tried to get it repaired but has been told it was irreparable. M suffers with serious back issues and can't get out of the house regularly, so needs to store and freeze food to make it last. She has very limited income and would so appreciate any support in buying a new fridge freezer.
T is a single mother living in rented accommodation currently claiming Universal Credit and Child Benefit. She was living with her partner and their two young children but after he was assaulted in a drugs related attack, she asked him to leave to protect herself and the children. She was planning to return to work but without the support at home and childcare costs she is finding this impossible. The cooker broke last month and cant afford to replace it without extra help.
L is a single person living in rented accommodation, claiming Universal Credit and Personal Independence Payments. She was forced from her home of 21 years due to ex-partner domestic violence and she spent some time living in a refuge. She has since got a new place but all her possessions were removed by her previous landlord. She has nothing and would appreciate help with buying a fridge freezer as she currently has nowhere to store food.
Our client is a 54 year old woman who's washing machine has broken down. Her main source of income has been illicit working, which is unsafe. She is in debt and does not have any savings to purchase a new washing machine. Please could we help her?
K has fled domestic violence. She has been sleeping on a sofa. She does have a bed frame but doesn't have a mattress. K has a bad back and this has been made worse by the sofa. K has had a hard start in life, she left care and then found herself in an abusive relationship all before the age of 18. She is now hoping to start again but has found it difficult with being only on Universal Credit. Her outgoings are only spent on necessities. She would so appreciate support in purchasing this mattress.
F has recently had to move house due to anti-social behaviour from her neighbours. She has no flooring and would like to carpet her stairs, as they are currently bare and difficult to walk up. F as multiple health issues and is on a low income, so cannot afford to pay for the carpeting herself. Please could we help her?
This needy young woman is a contact through her father, who is helped by our church with food parcels while he works his way back from homelessness. She is doing well setting up home for the first time for herself and her new baby, but still needs a fridge freezer and microwave to complete the basic items needed