In these uncertain, anxious and trying times of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for us to come together and do our bit is more imperative and timely now than ever. Where leaving our homes for a supply run might just end up being harmful, it only makes you wonder what happens to those who don’t have a home? The homeless and the poor, who don’t have families that can tend to them, where do they go, what do they eat, are they safe? Despite such obstacles to overcome, Little Sisters of The Poor have been looking after the old and homeless for the past 120 years. What initially began as Jeanne Jugan’s mission to bring peace and take care of the needy has now evolved into 202 homes in 31 countries and 2,710 Little Sisters of the Poor. The Little Sisters of the Poor go out each day to collect donations to sustain their homes, but with the current scenario it is unfeasible for them to take this risk. I, Anay Krishnan, a student of The Doon School, Dehradun, have been taught to act as a member of an aristocracy, but it must be an aristocracy of service and I would like to use this opportunity to give back to society. These times are hard for the Little Sisters and we need to help them in whatever capacity we can. The Little Sisters need to be able to purchase food ingredients and essential commodities like soap solution and cleaning fluids. Your generous donations will be used by the Little Sisters to help sustain their homes and help them survive these tense times. I would like to start of by helping the Little Sisters of The Poor, Secunderabad and hope to expand the scale to cover the other homes across India. I would like to reiterate the fact that your thoughtful donations will be used to purchase food stock and essential supplies to provide their daily needs.