£75 remaining for vacuum cleaner
L lives alone in a social housing flat and is a recovering alcoholic with his only income being Employment and Support Allowance. He does not have a working vacuum cleaner; therefore, his property does not meet the required cleanliness standards and he is due an inspection from the Housing Association. Due to his limited income, debts, and and an increase in bills, he is unable to afford to buy a vacuum cleaner. L has become increasingly anxious about this situation and fears he will be evicted. Please can you help?
This lady is married with two children and also a carer for her elderly parents. She used to be self employed, as is her husband, but due to injury, cannot work at the moment; therefore, she is on Universal Credit, but is hoping to return to work soon. She is also in receipt of child maintenance, but that will end when her eldest goes to University. Due to all this, this lady is struggling financially and would appreciate your help to enable her to start afresh, concentrate on getting well and returning to work.
This gentleman is single and currently homeless, but is hoping to get a property via Homechoice soon with his father. He was working up until November, but due to ill health is now on Universal Credit. Because to all this he is struggling financially and has asked for help doing a Debt Relief Order (DRO), but as he has no funds, cannot afford the DRO fee. Help for this would be greatly appreciated, as being debt free would turn his life around for the better.
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