£0 remaining for a microwave, a toaster and a kettle
E has had a huge problem with her house recently, due to rats having completely run wild inside the wall cavities. There are holes everywhere and her housing association have now agreed to take the kitchen out to sort and replace. Most of E's white goods wires have been chewed through and, due to cost of living, she does not have home insurance. E needs money to replace items such as a microwave, toaster, kettle etc. She has two small children and is struggling with everyday living costs.
Through an ongoing struggle with poor mental health, C has found everyday life difficult. This has led to a build up of rubbish in her garden, which is causing significant problems with her housing association, even the threat of eviction. Thankfully, C is receiving support through a local mental health charity and her situation is improving. They have arranged for the rubbish to be removed, but need the money, and we are requesting your support to make this happen. Many thanks for your consideration of this need.
Still £65 left to donateTotal needed £65.00
J is being supported by a local mental health charity who have recognised that his situation is not being helped by the location of his property. They have, therefore, arranged a move to an area where he is far closer to his support networks, which will significantly benefit his mental well-being in a number of ways. The cost of the move is, however, beyond his means and so we are looking for support to help make this happen. We are very grateful for your consideration of this need.
Still £150 left to donateTotal needed £150.00
The provision of a tumble dryer would be life changing for this family. With a new born, and another child who is a wheelchair user and has a life limiting condition in the home, there is a lot of laundry and mum is struggling to get it all dry. Dad is in very poor health with a lung condition. It would make a big difference to this family’s quality of life if we could provide them with a tumble dryer. Please can you help?