An exercise in hope: The Biscuit Fund steps to help Kevin after his benefits are sanctioned

Last Updated: July 16, 2014By


  1. ellie guest July 16, 2014 at 8:36 pm - Reply

    are you insane pickles will go mental

  2. […] An exercise in hope: The Biscuit Fund steps to help Kevin after his benefits are sanctioned. […]

  3. jeffrey davies July 17, 2014 at 6:15 am - Reply

    when will those 99percent wake up to the fact that the tories are killing people starving people and making them homeless but they are only targeting those who need help but inreality targeting means sanction no monies ops they lied lied through their teeth

  4. Dicky July 17, 2014 at 2:20 pm - Reply

    I totally understand what Kevin has/is going through, love to meet him & compare notes.

  5. jaypot2012 July 17, 2014 at 6:22 pm - Reply

    I am disabled and in receipt of ESA and worry that something would happen to me if the money was taken away from me. It’s not a lot of money and I struggle to make all the bill payments as well as feed myself.
    I have never heard of the Biscuit Fund before and have donated a small amount of money and set up a monthly donation. This is a charity that helps people out in a variety of situations which I think is wonderful and they don’t have huge amounts of money and don’t need a CEO or lots of directors – this means that the money they receive is for the people who need it and not paid to someone for sitting on their backsides all day and have huge gallon guzzler cars supplied to them :)
    Donate if you can, it doesn’t have to be a lot and it doesn’t have to be every month. As Tesco says – and I mean this differently to what Tesco do – Every Little Helps :D

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