£0 remaining for food, toiletries, winter jacket, scarf and gloves, sleeping bag, duvet and pillow
Our client is a sixty three year old lady who is vulnerable, due to her history of depression and homelessness. She is currently homeless and is sleeping on the floor of a church. Although our client has a pending application with the Home Office, she has declined support from them in fear that she will be moved out of London, where she needs to be to support her son, who has mental health issues. Our client herself suffers from mental health and is relying on foodbanks. Currently she has no warm clothes and mentioned that she would like a pillow to rest her head on and a duvet to keep her warm at night. Our client also requires help so that she can purchase food and toiletries for herself, in addition to warm clothes and bedding, especially with the harsher weather approaching. Due to the hardship this lady is experiencing, we ask for your support and kindness to fund the above.
M is an asylum seeker from Pakistan who suffers with ill health, including heart problems and hypertension, and has had a heart operation. He lives in a hotel where food is provided, and receives £8.00 per week. However, the food is unsuitable for him and his doctor has recommended special food which he cannot afford to buy. M often has to walk to the hospital or to go and see his GP and he needs clothes. Life is very hard for him and he is desperate. Please would you help us to relieve him from despair and poverty?
Still £170 left to donateTotal needed £200.00
S is an asylum seeker who lives in a hotel and receives £8.00 per week plus food, however, the food provided by the hotel is not suitable for her and the hotel does not provide the special diet she needs. S has had major heart surgery at the Royal Brompton Hospital and been treated at Hammersmith Hospital for a long time. As well as food, S also needs money for travel, clothes, telephone and other essentials. Please would you help her? Thank you.
Still £160 left to donateTotal needed £200.00
S is an asylum seeker from India and, due to immigration conditions, he is unable to work or receive benefits. He has applied for the National Asylum Support Service support, but that could take at least a month to be processed. S has to travel to Croydon to sign with the Home Office and attend appointments, or will risk being detained. He can't afford to pay for this travel and has no income to buy food and other essentials, such as toiletries.