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This person, who is currently rough sleeping, needs to make a late application under the European Union Settlement Scheme so that he is able to access mainstream housing and benefits. However, in order to make the application, he needs to have ID as evidence of his nationality. This person lost his passport while rough sleeping, so he needs help with the cost of a new passport. This money is essential to help him make this application, which will help him on his path away from rough sleeping.
Our applicant and her one year old child are struggling financially whilst waiting for an asylum decision. As mum is unable to access recourse to funds, she is unable to pay for travel to and from community groups, which are important, due to feeling isolated and away from networks, as well as travel to and from immigration appointments. Our applicant is also unable to buy food, warm winter jackets, top-up her phone and but some toys for her daughter's learning development. Please can you help?
Still £180 left to donateTotal needed £200.00
This single mum and her two year old daughter have recently moved to this country. They live in shared accommodation with four other families, which can be noisy, crowded and stressful for them. It's also very cold at times and they are often confined to their small room. Mum and daughter need some warm clothes, and the daughter needs some age appropriate toys and books. Mum isn't able to buy these herself, as she has no access to public funds and already struggles to buy everything her daughter needs.
Still £135 left to donateTotal needed £135.00
F, who has recently moved to a permanent council home which is incredible, has been completely unable to furnish her apartment. We have tried to appeal to the council, who have refused to support this low income family. F has a young son and she doesn't have any means of getting herself a cupboard to help with her storage. This would have a positive impact on her life and be a massive step towards making her house a home. Thank you!