On Thursday, he started with a lot of pressure to raise 2,000 pounds for Christmas.
Ben Buckley set up the GoFundMe site where he "prayed and prayed" for help to "give happy children to his children".
The 32-year-old Hull launched a fundraising campaign after his wife, Kirsty, (35) experienced complications during her pregnancy with her fifth child, in which she forced her to shorten her hours in her warehouse and lose money.
Mr Buckley says he is ashamed and terrible, but he asked for donations of up to £ 2,000 because he "does not want his children to be sad at this time of year."
Ben Buckley has created a GoFundMe site for collecting money to pay Christmas gifts for children
Mr Buckley collects money so that his five children (on a picture with a new-born Jessica) can enjoy Christmas
Mr Buckley's wife is pregnant at the beginning of the year, but she was hospitalized several times with a lung infection.
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He shortened working time to take care of his family, and while he says his salaries will cover rent and bills, he "panic" about how he will afford gifts for his children.
He said: "My partner got pregnant this year and he was pretty complicated. In the last few months, we had ups and downs.
"My contract at work was only 24 hours a week, but I did overtime work for up to 45 hours to succeed. In the end, I suffered for several months when I did not get my full salary.
"We do not have large family networks. My mom and dad are enough to finance that they can not help, so I did not know where to turn around and what to do.
"We need little help. I'm struggling and panicking."
The 32-year-old Hull launched a campaign to raise funds (in the picture) after his wife, Kirsty, (35) experienced complications during her pregnancy with her fifth child and forced her to reduce the number of hours and lose money
Mr Buckley says he is ashamed and terrible, but has asked for donations of up to £ 2,000 because he "does not want his children to be unhappy at this time of year"
On his side GoFundMe adds: "I understand that this is nothing compared to other hearing problems and I feel strange because I had to apply for this help.[sic]"
Mr Buckley said that he and his wife said they could have been born with Down's syndrome.
While she was born earlier this month without this condition, parents say they are still tense with anxiety before the festive season.
Mr Buckley adds: "Because of all this, I had to think over the last month that I would support him with my workplace, where I did not take much care of money.[sic]
"But it turned out that my chief boss had problems with this and I will not get paid as I expected.
"It should be a happy time for all of us, but under the surface of everything for me and my partner, this is nothing but anxiety and worry about what will come and what we will tell children and many other things.[sic]"
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