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G, a lady who is registered blind, has had a difficult life, but has managed to raise two daughters. Life became a lot worse a year ago when her husband lost his job due to mental health problems. One of the daughters has become their carer, and the other daughter struggles with addiction issues and is in and out of hospital. On top of everything, their washing machine has broken down beyond repair. Christians Against Poverty is helping this family sort out their debts and your gift will help them to get back on track again.
M is a pensioner who is living off a basic State Pension that is topped up by Pension Credit. She is actively working with Crosslight to get her large debts in order. M is currently living in council accommodation, however, her wardrobes are old and broken and currently it is difficult to store clothes and other items. It would be really helpful if M could have a donation of £150 towards new wardrobes and storage to keep her home tidy and organised.
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N, who is currently on a low income, lives with her son. She has had the same mattress for well over fifteen years and hasn't been able to afford to replace it. N suffers from multiple physical health conditions and a new mattress would make a massive positive impact on her physical health and overall mobility. Please can you help?
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J, who suffers from multiple health conditions, and lives alone, is unable to work, due to his health and is living off a very low income. Sadly, J's bed has broken and it is causing him severe discomfort, and he is unable to replace it, due to his low income. Any support towards a new bed for J would have a massive positive impact on his current situation. Thank you!