£0 remaining for car repairs
I have been working with a Christians Against Poverty client who has recently been released from prison, but is unable to gain access to the housing register, due to his previous conviction. This has resulted in him living in his car for the past six months. His car has broken down and our client is trying to get the money together to repair the vehicle (on the Eco Unit) in order to be able to move his car to another location.
M is a single lady who lives alone with no family support. She is unable to work, due to poor physical and emotional health, and is dependent on basic benefits for income so has no savings. Her current fridge has been condemned so she is desperate for a replacement, but has no means to purchase one. M would be grateful for any help towards this request
Still £175 left to donateTotal needed £175.00
L is self employed and has been struggling to make ends meet, due to increased bills and less work coming his way. He has applied for Universal Credit to help but, as there is a delay before he would receive his first payment, he is asking for assistance to help with paying for food and utility bills in the interim. L has a small amount of savings but, as this primarily will be paying for his rent, he is left with very little towards other needs. Thank you for any help you can provide.
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S, a young vulnerable single mum with a ten month old baby, is living in supported accommodation to help her with parenting her baby. She is separated from the father of the baby, due to domestic violence, and has little family support. S is unable to work, as she is the carer of her baby, and is dependent on basic benefits with no savings. She urgently needs the next stage car seat for her baby for when she is taken to appointments by her Support Worker, as he has grown out of his newborn car seat.