£90 remaining for a Debt Relief Order
This gentleman is a Christians Against Poverty (CAP) client. He is a thirty eight year old male who is married with three and is a full time carer for his youngest daughter. He had to give up his full time employment as a HGV driver to care for her. The advice from CAP is that he should apply for a Debt Relief Order for his debt, but he is unable to afford the fee on his own.
F is a single mum with young children. She and her family are on low income and have just been moved to a new, unfurnished property. Her local Community Centre are trying to help her furnish their new home and would like some help with flooring. All the rooms are bare boards, some of which are quite rough. Please can you help?
Still £5 left to donateTotal needed £130.00
K is a lady whose life has recently become very difficulty. Prior to the Covid 19 pandemic, K and her partner were both Social Workers in the West Midlands, working hard to serve their clients. In September 2021 they both developed Covid within a week of each other and, within six weeks, K's partner had died from the infection. Although recovering from the initial infection, K has now been diagnosed with Long Covid, has been unable to return to work and now; unfortunately, has lost her job. Please can you help her to pay the £90 fee for a Debt Relief Order in order to have a fresh start?
Still £70 left to donateTotal needed £90.00
This lady was initially referred to Warmer Homes West Midlands for help with a current fuel bill. As we talked, she shared that she is struggling financially and cannot afford the fee for a Debt Relief Order which is being supported by StepChange. She has suffered with anxiety and depression since the age of fourteen and is now receiving counselling. She would greatly appreciate your help to start the Debt Relief Order process, as this would enable her to make a fresh start and have a brighter future without significant stress and worry.