£0 remaining for fuel for a car
S has been made redundant and, in the gap between jobs, is unable to find anything, despite desperately trying to do so. He will not be paid his Universal Credit until mid January and will not be able to have his two daughters until then. S is at risk of having to live in his car and this money will be used to fuel his car, as he looks to get work and get his life back on track. S is trying to get things straight after his previous employer has left him in the situation, and this support will help greatly!
This lady, who is working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP), is trying to learn to budget more appropriately and deal with her debt. The debt is unmanageable and a Debt Relief Order (DRO) has been recommended. This lady is depressed, struggling to cope, and desperate not to be receiving the phone calls and letters which the debts bring. She is moving forward with support from CAP and she also has a Housing Support Officer. A DRO would afford this lady a fresh start and a level of freedom she hasn't experienced for a long time.