Mrs. Tanzeela Jameel is the widow of Mr. Jameel who I personally knew. He was in his mid 30s and a very friendly person. He was working as a receptionist cum manager in a hostel in G11, Islamabad. He had a family with 2 young children. He used to have high blood pressure and was also a diabetic. In the year 2008, his BP shot up, enough to severely damage his brain. He was pronounced brain dead in the PIMS hopsital. Due to being unable to work, the hostel management stopped paying him and did not take care of his medical expenses. Nevertheless, Mrs. Jameel stood firm during these testing times and looked after Mr. Jameel, who was now confined to the bed and had little chance to survive. Join hands supported Mr. Jameel and his family during this period to pay for their personal, travel, and medical expenses. After a long time on bed, Mr. Jameel expired in late 2009. Join Hands still supports his widow and the orphan children. The elder child is now 9 year old and is studying in class 4. Her name is Ayman and she is a very sharp girl. She is so far the top scorer in her class and secured 1st position in her recent exams. The nazim of her area Gujjar Khan heard of her and recently visited the family to congratulate the family and give gifts. The younger child is in class 1, his name is Muhammad Huzefa.