The financial aid industry has long been dominated by wealthy and highly educated individuals and families.
Now, with millions of families around the world struggling to make ends meet, it is attracting more and more outsiders who are desperate to help their families.
One of those outsiders is Gm Financial Aid, which is a UK-based company which helps people apply for financial aid.
Its chief executive, Michael Gm, said he was proud to have become the world’s largest financial aid provider and to help so many.
“It’s been really good for me,” he said.
“I’m really proud of the people I’ve helped.”
Gm was founded by the late Gabor Karga, who set up a UK financial aid service called UK Financial Assistance in 1994.
Kargas father, a former US diplomat, was one of the first people to offer financial aid to the Jewish people of Palestine in 1948.
“Karga’s father was an American diplomat and he had a family connection to the Jews in Palestine,” Mr Gm said.
After leaving the US, Kargans family then moved to Israel and eventually established a business called Gm in 1990. “
He wanted to see the Israelis move to Palestine.”
After leaving the US, Kargans family then moved to Israel and eventually established a business called Gm in 1990.
Kabbalah was his main interest and he began studying it at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel.
In 1992, Kabbalist Karg’s father died and his mother remarried and took the family to Israel, where Karg took up his father’s profession.
He taught his son how to write Kabbala and later moved to the UK to start his own company, Gm Finance.
In 2004, GmbH was founded to provide financial aid for British people.
Mr Gms son, Michael, now runs the company.
Gm is one of just a handful of financial aid providers which offers financial aid in the UK.
There are about 300 firms in the US alone, and the industry is booming.
“We’ve had about 2 million applications so far this year, and there are probably more than 100,000 people in the United Kingdom who are currently on financial aid,” Mr Karg said.
Gmbh is the biggest financial aid firm in the world with more than 600 offices across the UK, but its success is largely down to its staff and the way it uses its vast network of volunteers.
The UK has a generous financial aid system but it has also had to contend with the rise of the internet and the internet of things, where many businesses depend on people donating cash to their businesses.
“This was the big change, where there was no longer a need for people to go out and work in a shop and be a cashier,” Mr Rowntree said.
The internet is allowing for the delivery of financial advice and financial help to the vast majority of UK households, but some companies are still struggling to cope.
“Many businesses are struggling to recruit people to come and work for them.
There is not a lot of money for recruitment and it is not clear that the people are the ones who are going to make money off this.”
While the UK is a relatively prosperous country, many families are still reliant on the generosity of others.
The Financial Times reported last year that a UK survey of 4,000 families found that only 1 in 5 families said they had applied for financial help.
“The vast majority are working-class families who are not going to be getting very much money,” Mr Crouch said.
He added that it was important to note that while there were millions of British people applying for financial support, many people were also relying on aid from their friends and family to get by.
“There are people who are simply not able to support themselves financially and there is a great need for the state to make sure people are supported,” he added.
“So it is important to be aware of how you are using the resources and that there are ways that you can use those resources to help your family.”
‘You are going into a financial crisis’ Gm has been helping thousands of people around the UK and overseas since 2007.
The organisation was set up as a company in 2000 to help people apply to financial aid programmes, but it was not until 2013 that it became a financial aid organisation.
“As we were starting to expand into other areas of the world, we realised we needed to take our focus into this area,” Mr Brough said.
Now the company has over 1,000 employees in 100 countries, and its main mission is helping UK families.
Mr Copley said that the financial crisis had not affected Gm’s ability to provide assistance to people.
“In the last few years, we have had a number of people who have contacted us to say that they are struggling financially and are being turned away because they are not UK citizens,” he explained