I recently shared the heart-warming news about Karen and her son Paul, who are
among the 70,000 people who benefitted from the successful legal action we took
on behalf of a disabled person left with inadequate support due to a government
Your generosity makes a real difference to so many people like Karen and her son
Paul. Please donate today.
For other families in poverty, the struggle continues. Will you please donate now to help them?
Alice, a single mother with a one-year-old son, who has been moved onto
Universal Credit, a new and imperfect social security system, told us:
With the roll out of Universal Credit, 7 million families such as Alice’s will
need expert help and advice more than ever to stay afloat. A donation of £47 could fund an hour of our service
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to case workers around the country.
Thank you and best wishes for the festive season,
Welfare Rights Worker
PS We’ll use your gift to support our work, where most needed. And we’ve changed
the names of people who’ve bravely shared their stories at their request.
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