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N recently moved into new accommodation, due to domestic violence. When she and her child moved in, the property was unfurnished. Initially they slept on blow up beds without any bedding or other items for the flat. Her application for Single Support Grant was declined and N has now exhausted her benefits (Universal Credit and low rate Personal Independence Payment) to purchase essential items for the flat. A wardrobe would enable her to store their clothes and make the place more homely.
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.
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L, a single mum of four children, has been the victim of domestic violence and, whilst being relocated in several places around the country, has built up debts which could be written off with a bankruptcy. L works part-time and receives Universal Credit, and she would love to be able to start completely afresh without any debts hanging over her, or deductions for arrears taking money away from her limited budget. Are you able to contribute towards her bankruptcy fee of £680?
Still £120 left to donateTotal needed £150.00
F is a refugee from Iran who is currently living in Home Office accommodation. She has to live on the government minimum payment of £9.58 per week. Unfortunately, her phone has broken and F needs a replacement. We are asking for £90 towards a smart phone. Please can you help?