Harry was a qualified plumber and married with two children. He moved to Canada after he being offered a job there. Following a breakdown in his relationship, he developed a mental health condition and alcohol addiction. He returned to the UK in August 2012, and was convicted of robbery on the basis of joint enterprise, even though he was only present at the incident.

Upon his release, Harry has turned his life around and is fully rehabilitated. He is keen on working again, so that he is no longer reliant on benefits, but he has no tools to find a job as a plumber.

The Trust provided a grant of £500 towards plumbing tools for Harry.

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