Mar 19, 2019
We were asked to help a young single mum of a four year old girl, they'd arrived that day into a refuge. She has no money to purchase food or everyday essentials, and is awaiting news of her biometric test to see if she is entitled to claim any benefits. While she waits for this information we sent her £120 to help her out with what she needs.
Mar 19, 2019
This case was a lady who had fled a domestic abuse situation where all her money was being taken off her by her partner. She was housed initially by the local authority before she arrived at the refuge accommodation. On her arrival they discovered she had nothing, no spare clothes even. We sent across to her £100 to help her out.
Mar 19, 2019
Our help was needed for a young mum, here in the UK on a dependent visa. She has had to leave the family home and her and her child are now in a refuge. They arrived with nothing, no clothes, no money and no idea of whether she might be entitled to any help at all. Our agents are looking into her situation with her and will in the meantime support her in the refuge. They needed our help to get some clothes for her and her child. We agreed to send £100 to help her out.
Feb 21, 2019
The man in question has recently moved from a small one bedroomed flat to a larger property. He has fled a domestic abuse situation and needs a larger property as one of his children has moved in to live with him. He was in receipt of Employment Support Allowance, however the date for his assessment clashed with a court date regarding the custody of his child. He did inform DWP, but they cancelled his claim anyhow, so he is currently in the process of appealing that decision. His second child could soon be moving in to live with him as well. His landlord contacted our agents as this man was struggling for items for his home, and was also without money. We agreed to send him £150 to help him out.
Oct 6, 2017
We were contacted this morning about a single mum who fled a domestic abuse situation. She and her son have been living in a refuge while they waited to be housed. When they finally were housed, her home needed some work doing on it, which has taken up almost all of her money and left her without any funds to pay for gas and electricity. We agreed we would send across £50 to keep her utilities topped up and to buy some food until she received her usual payment next week. Going forward our agents have offered to help her sort out the best energy option and how to improve the energy efficiency of her home.