£0 remaining for a skip
M has rubbish in her garden, due to having some work done on her house. Her neighbour has complained to the council, who have given her fourteen days to clear the rubbish. M receives benefits and uses a food pantry, so cannot afford the cost of a skip. Please can you help her?
M is on a very low income, following a life-changing car accident. He came to Christians Against Poverty nearly a year ago, to get support with his budget and the route to becoming debt free. Because of M's brain and physical injuries, he struggles to sleep, which affects his general well-being. He requires a new mattress which he hopes will help with his sleep and well-being. We are hoping that a donation from Acts 435 will help.
Still £50 left to donateTotal needed £155.00
R, a care leaver who is due to move into his first flat, is unemployed, but looking for work. He has used the advance loan facility of Universal Credit to purchase essential appliances, and has spent a portion of his income on equipment and materials to decorate his flat. A friend offered to help move his bedroom furniture, but their vehicle was recently stolen. R has got a quote of £100 to hire a small van to complete his move, but this would leave him with very little to live on.
Still £100 left to donateTotal needed £100.00
Mum and partner have a six month old baby and were provided with social housing last year. They have been struggling to furnish their home and have had difficulties with keeping up with the rent etc. so we are providing food bank support. hey receive benefits and, thankfully, mum's partner has just got a job. They need a washing machine, and with your kind donations we want to help.