In the USA, imagine an 83 year old with heart ailment waking up to a notice that her food stamp benefits were discontinued. In addition, there was a notice to vacate her apartment on her door. This is what happened to an old Muslim woman.Sadly, the person that she entrusted to handle her affairs betrayed her. Her troubles were brought to the local Masjid and then AH took on her entire case through our volunteer living nearby. This old lady is so content and humble that she didn’t want us to take over her unfortunate debts. AH bought her the groceries she needed. In order to avoid her eviction by the court Marshal, AH paid her rent arrears that allowed her to remain in her apartment. We negotiated with the housing management and guaranteed them that her rent will be paid on time. Her court appointed attorney was amazed at our caring and professional intervention. He was surprised and impressed that an organization such as ours exist to help people in such desperate situations. With all of her worries and anxiety, one night, this elderly woman felt as if her world around her was colliding. It felt like impending doom so she asked us to check on her at Fajr time to see if she is still alive. Alhamdu Lillah, she was fine. Our efforts to render care, not only financially but with actions and words that soothe the ailing heart, made a difference. She constantly tells us “Almighty Allah bless all those who helped me”. Her Du’ah is for you, the donors, Aameen.