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This young gentleman suffers from Autism and Personality Disorder. He was invited to move back in with his father and, subsequently, was physically and financially abused. The police removed him and he is now alone in a bare flat for the first time in his life. Despite all this, he has carried on working and only has a very small wage and some disability benefits. This young man cannot afford a washing machine and his Autism makes accessing the launderette stressful. Thank you for your consideration.
This gentleman, who has mental health issues, is experiencing financial difficulties. After seeking assistance from experts, he is now in a position to make a fresh start. To be able to have a working microwave would help him cook meals in an economical way. Please can you help him?
Still £75 left to donateTotal needed £75.00
This gentleman suffered significant childhood trauma. As an adult, he has been homeless for many years, and has suffered from addiction, but is now accessing help and support. Many of his clothes were soiled, due to this addiction, and when staying in a hostel, he temporarily left some there, only to have them disposed of by the hostel. This gentleman is without clothing, a coat or decent footwear. The difficulty he faces, like many others in his situation, is that being street homeless and cold can be dangerous.
Still £135 left to donateTotal needed £160.00
This gentleman, who has just moved to our area, was supported by Action Housing. He struggles greatly with his mental health and is happy to have his own home and a bed to sleep in. He has all the white goods, but no cooking or eating utensils, nowhere to dry his clothes or iron and hang them up. He is on Universal Credit and awaiting an application for Employment and Support Allowance and Personal Independence Payment. This gentleman needs a hoover, pans, pots and cutlery, a clothes maiden, an iron and an ironing board and coat hangers so he can keep a nice clean home. Thank you for your support.