£150 remaining for bills and food
Z is a student and a mum of an eighteen month old boy. She has no recourse to public funds and is struggling to maintain her household, both financially and emotionally. She is struggling to keep a job at present, due to childcare challenges. The Landlord is pressuring her to pay £450 and she is also in debt with Council Tax and fuel bills. Z's mental wellbeing is not stable and any help would be greatly appreciated.
M has suffered serious mental ill health for years. She was still working, but this became so severe and made worse by being in a violent relationship and needing to flee. As a result, she accumulated debts which she was unable to pay back, as she was then on minimal benefits. M is slowly getting back on her feet and is now working with Christians Against Poverty. We have applied for a Debt Relief Order, so that she can be debt free, but she need the funds to complete the application.
Our client has recently separated from her husband, as she was a victim of abuse. Over the past several years, multiple debts have built up in her name and are currently at an enforcement stage. Due to recently move properties and having a limited income, she is not in a position to make a reasonable offer of repayment to her Creditors. We have reviewed her options and determined that a Debt Relief Order (DRO) would clear her debts and give her a fresh start. She is not able to afford the DRO fee and would really appreciate your help. Thank you!
S has been working with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to sort her debts, after her mental health was severely affected by the sudden death of her child. CAP has advised a Debt Relief Order and S is in need of the £90 to fund this. She is looking forward to being debt free and having a fresh start.