D is a 60 year old gentleman who suffers from diabetes and dementia - his son looks after him. His daughter had been with him for many years but she has now left for her own place taking all the household possessions (which she had bought), but most problematically his fridge which he needs to store his insulin at a low temperature. He found out about Acts 435 at the Food Larder where he had come to get food as he finds it hard to manage on his Employment Seeker's Allowance benefit.
L is working with Christians Against Poverty and hopes to be debt free soon, but now her freezer has broken down. L and her family live in a rural location and getting to the shops is not easy and the cost of bus fares is mounting up. Having freezer storage will minimise the number of shopping trips for food.
A gentleman has been homeless for a while after the breakdown of his marriage. He has found accommodation but it is unfurnished, we have helped him with lots of practical items but he is in need of a cooker. He is a type 2 diabetic so good nutritious food is important. He is also an elderly gentleman so the whole experience has been very difficult. He would be extremely grateful for any help towards his new start which has been incredibly fraught.