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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This client suffers from learning disabilities and has been brought up in Foster Care. She is vulnerable to being taken advantage of, has been a victim of domestic violence in the past and has an appointee to assist with financial matters. She has been homeless, but has recently been offered an unfurnished flat. Your assistance towards the cost of a bed would be most appreciated, as she is in receipt of Employment and Support Allowance and has no spare income. Thank you!
Still £150 left to donateTotal needed £150
N is a single parent who has struggled to keep up with bills as she only works part time. Her mental health has been affected over the years and she has finally come for help to sort her debts. She needs to go through a Debt Relief Order and has no way of getting £90 for the fees. Please would you consider helping this lovely lady to finally be debt free and have that fresh start?
Still £90 left to donateTotal needed £90
A single mum in Nottingham recently got granted the care of her daughter after showing Social Care that she deserved a second chance. She has worked really hard to get suitable accommodation and has now been offered a house that she can move into shortly. She doesn’t have anyone who can help her with the cost of a van to move her belongings. Please could you help her with this, to help give her daughter a positive and stable home to live in?