Padres obligados a dormir en el automóvil con un niño pequeño en medio de la crisis del costo de vida

THE cost of living crisis has forced these parents and their toddler to live in their car after becoming homeless.

The family were found sleeping in their Kia using clothes as blankets after spiralling costs forced them onto the streets of Leeds, which the charity that found them says isbecoming more and more common”.

The family were found sleeping in their car on Friday night

The family were found sleeping in their car on Friday nightCrédito: Vulnerable Citizen Support Leeds

Vulnerable Citizen Support Leeds (VCSL), cuales “aims to help the most destitute people in society”, said on Facebook that the family hadonly a few bags of clothing and not much more”.

The charity were shocked, after responding to a report of the two adults sleeping rough, to find they had a four-year old toddler with them.

VCSL has set up a fundraising page to help the family and has put them up in a hotel over the weekend.

They said that they are looking to move the family to rented accommodation and will carry on paying hotel fees until they find it.

Their aim is to get the unfortunate trio a homebefore it starts getting too cold“.

En el social media post the charity added: “All contacts with organisations and councils have taken place.

All phone calls with social and welfare have taken place.

They said that this wasa situation that isn’t a normal one to deal withbut one that isbecoming more and more common”.

Heartbroken readers took to the comments to express their sympathies.

Uno dijo: “Such sad times we are living in. This should not be happening in this day and age.

Otro agregado: “Homelessness is going to start rising more, it’s sad really sad.

The organisation also thanked commenters for offers of clothing and spare rooms, while the fundraiser is almost half way to it’s £800 goal.

People are asked to donate clothes in men’s size 32, [object Window] 8/10 y 3-4 year old children’s clothes.

Esto viene como soaring inflation combined with the recent spike in mortgage costs, with many Brits are on the edge of losing homes.

Tiempo energy bills have been capped, they are still £1000 more than they were just last year, placing even more pressure on household budgets as temperatures drop this winter.