WE MAKE AN IMPACT BY HELPING: –
Homeless people with clothes and shoes, work clothes and ID (for obtaining benefits and work)
People moving into an unfurnished flat/house from a hostel, hospital, prison, estranged parents or after separation or domestic abuse with moving costs, a skip, second-hand furniture, white goods, beds, bedding, carpets, curtains etc
Single mothers on basic benefits to replace broken white goods or beds, or to increase family mobility with child bike seats and safety equipment
Those saddled with unsupportable debt with the cost of debt relief orders
Children with beds, storage furniture, sensory toys
Schoolchildren with clothes and shoes, unaffordable outings and activities, books
People needing to travel to attend funerals or hospital appointments with a contribution to their costs
The cold with carpets, heaters, oil tank refills and energy bills
The hungry with fresh and specialist foods not normally provided by foodbanks
The unwell with annual prescriptions, counselling, doctors’ charges
People NEEDING urgent help with what is needed.
This is by no means an exhaustive list and all cases are considered on merit.
Here are some links that you may find useful:
"I want to say a huge big thank you to Cambridge Aid for all the funds you have given the families and individuals throughout the year.
It has made such a difference to many families - not just for the essentials, and I can’t tell you how often people have been in tears as the gesture is so poignant for them. The money will definitely make such a difference to the families this year."
- Financial Inclusion Officer
Cambridge City Council
Thank you. "
The Red Hen Project
Great St. Mary's Church, Cambridge
Cambridge Money Advice Centre