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Parent Poverty

Parent Poverty is crowdfunding

31%
£315
raised of £1,000 target by 6 supporters

Weʼre raising £1,000 to To Fund Parent Poverty, the single parent casework service.

Sussex
29 days to go

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Would you like to help single parents and their children who are living in poverty?

Your donation will help us to run a free advice line which will help single parents with:

Benefit advice and appeals

Housing advice and eviction stays

Advice on applying for non-molestation orders for victims of domestic violence

Advice on applying for flexible working hours due to childcare responsibilities

Your donation could help us offer a lifeline to a single parent in need.

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    Supporters

    6

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Apr 1, 2021

    • Tonia Brown

      Tonia Brown

      Mar 30, 2021

      £10.00

    • Owen Hanson

      Owen Hanson

      Mar 28, 2021

      Its great work you are doing, even when I disagree.

      £50.00

    • Graeme

      Graeme

      Mar 26, 2021

      £200.00

    • Phil

      Phil

      Jan 21, 2021

      Keep up the good work/

      £20.00

    • Duncan Reed

      Duncan Reed

      Jan 20, 2021

      £30.00

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    Parent Poverty

    Parent Poverty

    Sussex

    We are a Case Work and Campaigning Community Interest Organisation for Single Parents in Poverty. We help single parents who are struggling with #debt and benefits #Housing and homelessness #Domestic Violence #Employment and flexible working

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