Miss B is a survivor of domestic abuse. She has two children. One of the children is living with her maternal grandma. Miss B is trying to get back custody of this child but first she needs to show that she can care and has room for this child. She has been given bunk beds but she would also need a wardrobe for this child's clothes. Miss B is on Universal Credit and does not have the spare funds for a wardrobe.
R has accessed support from Romero for a number of years and has asked for our help to buy a bed base and headboard as she cannot afford to buy these items due to depending on benefits. R is blind and has a number of health problems and struggles to make ends meet and does not have any spare money to buy these items. We hope that you can help us enable R to buy the bed base and headboard she needs to make her bed complete so she can have a comfortable night's sleep that she needs.
R has been homeless due to difficult and unforeseen circumstances and lost all of his possessions. He suffers with depression and anxiety. He has been in supported accommodation and now has been given a council flat. However he has no savings and cannot afford to get a sofa or chair for the sitting room. At the moment the only place to sit in his flat is his bed. He would really appreciate a place in his new home to relax.
This young family have moved from Romania and are trying to start a new life here. They used all their resources to get to the UK and are starting from scratch. He has found work on a zero hours contract but as they have young children mum is not able to work as the same time. She is looking for a job she can do when dad is at home. They really need a fridge as their small flat has no cold pantry or place to keep milk or other fresh food. Could you help?
C lives in a one bedroom flat with three children. The family have had a lot of involvement with social services, but C was recently granted full parental care and they are making a fresh start. However, C lacks essential items for the children such as furniture. Living on a very low income, ineligible for the usual government grants, C cannot afford to purchase these items himself. Please can we help this C and the children in this new start?
Mr W was living with family members until their relationship broke down. In the process of trying to start his own business he has got into a lot of debt. Mr W is looking for help with a fridge so he can move from his friend's sofa into his new home, with somewhere to store his food and keep it fresh. It has been hard to find him support as he is a single male with no children and no disabilities, just down on his luck. Please could you help him?
Our client, A, is struggling in debt and living solely off of benefits. Her washing machine has broken and she has a number of health problems, which means she struggles to wash everything by hand. Your support to buy A a replacement washing machine will help relieve the stress and physical activity each time she needs to do her washing. She would so appreciate your donations.
A is a loving and caring parent to 2 children and is grieving the loss of her baby last year. She struggles with severe mental health an anxiety but still manages to work part time to support her children. She doesn't have any other family to support her. Her washing machine recently broke and it's not repairable, but she just doesn't have any savings to be able to replace it. The stress of not being able to do her families washing is adding to her anxiety. Can you help?
J suffers badly with various mental and physical health problems. She has 2 older children at home and the fridge freezer has broken and she has struggled to be able to get enough money together to get a new one. She has managed to save a little and if we could give her £140 then this would enable her to afford a new one with the delivery which would be amazing for her! Can you help? Thank you!
R has two young children who need clothes washing frequently as they don't have very many. She has only been able to afford one set of school uniform as well and so really does need the washing machine. She has just moved from Scarborough to Kirbymoorside and is only on Universal Credit and no support around her. We would love to help her with a washing machine. Could you help? Thank you!
S is disabled and struggles to get out. He therefore finds using the laundrette almost impossible. He is now a long walk from one and so is feeling quite desperate for a washing machine. He has tried to save but he is on such a low income at the moment. Would it be possible to help him get this washing machine so that he can feel he has some dignity back? Thank you for your help!