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Grant Summary to Beeston Chilwell Area Mutual Aid Group

Help with energy costs and fridge freezer

Paid
Grant #91404

Submitted by Clive Davis on August 22, 2022

Request Details
I desperately need help with my electric meter costs. I am currently on a prepayment meter so am paying more for my electric than people who do not have one. I am always having to use the emergency £5.00 as my benefits do not adequately cover my energy costs and I often have to go without heating and hot water as a result of this so am often unable to do basic things as take a bath or heat my flat properly. Please help me with this as it makes my mental health condition worse and I worry about getting by.

£20.00 GBP


I desperately need a working fridge freezer as the one I have has broken down and no longer works therefore I have nowhere suitable to store my refrigerated and frozen food and liquids such as milk and fruit juice. I have seen a second hand fridge freezer in good working order advertised and would like to purchase it but do not have the funds to do this so I need your assistance in order to go ahead and do this. Please help me with this as I will have nowhere suitable to store my food and it will go off and go to waste which I cannot afford.

£30.00 GBP


Total amount £50.00

payout method

Bank account
Details  
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By Clive Davison

Expense created

By Laura Rosson

Expense approved

By Accountableon

Expense scheduled for payment

By Accountableon

Expense processing

By Accountableon

Expense paid


Collective balance
£1.78 GBP

Fiscal Host
Accountable

Expense policies

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Payments will be made from Attenborough, Beeston & Chilwell Mutual Aid for survival needs such as the following;

  • Paying utility bills
  • Rent
  • Home emergencies
  • Getting paid back for

If you are having trouble getting food we recommend asking on your local street group, the Labour Hub on Chilwell High Road or a food bank for donations

Rules for getting a payout:

  • Maximum payout will be £50 per person to ensure we have enough for everyone (this has been increased from £25 originally)
  • You MUST include a photo or picture that shows your address or postcode in text so we can verify you live in the area
  • If you put "See Attachment" in the description make sure you also attach something with the reason for your payout
  • You will need to specify whether you wish to be paid by Paypal or another method; bank transfer is ideal. If you wish to be paid by bank transfer please include bank details in an attachment.

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Collective balance

Fiscal Host:

Accountable