Give to someone in need
Acts 435 is about giving to people directly, to help them bridge the gap when they are facing a financial crisis.
Can you help a specific person in need?
Read stories of the applicants below and give as you feel able. Any amount will make a big difference to someone who is struggling.
You can instead make a general donation and the Acts 435 team will allocate it to the most urgent requests.
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- Food and Heating (1)
- Ill Health (4)
- Fresh Start (3)
- Struggling with Bills/Debt (6)
- White Goods and Furniture (4)
- People with Disability (1)
- Refugees / Asylum Seekers (2)
- Technology (1)
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K is a Ukrainian refugee and single mum who has managed to find and rent a private house. The house is completely unfurnished and this family needs your support to be able to purchase a fridge freezer for the house which will really help to ease their day-to-day life. K is on Universal credit and is unable to manage to afford all of the the white goods required, so any support from you will have a huge impact on this family.
Still £180 left to donateTotal needed £200
D is a newly granted refugee who has recently moved to Leeds with his wife. They have managed to rent a house, however, the house is unfurnished. As they are receiving Universal Credit, it is quite challenging for them to manage the white goods. Leeds welfare support does not have a scheme to support the family, and any support from you will make a huge difference in their circumstances.
Still £195 left to donateTotal needed £200
L had a fire in her kitchen and her cooker was destroyed. She has two children, aged one and three, and is struggling to find suitable and affordable food which doesn't need a cooker. L has a very low income and doesn't have the funds to replace the cooker herself. Whilst she is being supported by Social Services, L hasn't been able to find financial support anywhere else to allow her to purchase a replacement.
Still £125 left to donateTotal needed £200
Our client is being supported by the Community Mental Health Early Intervention team after an episode of psychosis. He is socially isolated and struggling financially, due to being in debt with several organisations, as a result of his mental health struggles. Exacerbating his problems is a lack of white goods meaning that he can't shop or cook affordably or healthily. Your support to purchase a cooker would remove one worry, and improve A's diet, helping him with his mental health recovery.
Still £200 left to donateTotal needed £200
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