An NGO secures a home for a family in need.

Freemasons family had evicted their home after failing to pay the interest . The family had taken a Rs 75,000 loan, which was hefty due to the failure to pay the interest .

Thiruvananthapuram: Sunimol was given a helping hand from the Freemasonry family when she was uncertain about the future of two cancer patients in her house, which had been evicted by the bank.The non-governmental organisation (NGO) had collected Rs 2.15L from its members and has fully repaid their loan.The home will be returned to the family on Friday, in the spirit of Universal Brotherhood Day, in the Freemasons Hall in Vazhuthacaud.Since her husband passed away 12 years ago, she has been employed in a cashew nut factory.

Sunimol approached Asraya for financial assistance when her mother was being treated in Thiruvananthapuram RCC, and we became aware of the family.The family had taken a Rs 75,000 loan, which was hefty due to the failure to pay the interest.According to one of the members of Freemasonry, the service was given to the family as part of the organization's action plan.Kunjamma Joy's mother was diagnosed with cancer six months earlier.

She was unable to repay the loan because of a shortage of funds.It's been 9 years since my brother went to work, and his wife is a heart patient.I resigned from my job to take care of my mother after she was diagnosed with cancer.Sunimol said that we are grateful to Freemasonry for its assistance.