[br]‘’I think it went quite well!’’ Amr Tajuddin, Isoc events officer, says. ‘’People at the start looked kinda confused because they didn't know why a society would just give free tea and coffee to anyone on campus. But when we explained the purpose of the ‘Believe and Do Good Campaign’ and how it was an acts of appreciation to the community, they really liked the cause. They even brought some of their friends later on in the day’’, he says.We ended the busy week with a homeless pack distribution, after putting together care packs with the items donated by our members and our committee alike, things like toothbrushes, socks and lip balm.On a dreary Thursday evening, we took to the streets with our volunteers and smiles again. ‘’Giving out the homeless care packages made me think about the things we take for granted.’’ Anas Khaled, Isoc’s special tasks officer, shares. ‘’One of the guys that got a care pack was so delighted and relieved, he even gave me a hug after and expressed gratitude. It feels good to be able to help those in need.”Khaled added, “the Believe and Do Good campaign is a great way of showing people what Islam is all about, sharing some of the blessings that Allah (God) has given you, and the smiles that are put on people's faces make it all worth the time and effort spent”Another member, Yara Alagha, reiterated those sentiments, ‘it has shown me that when a community comes together for a united cause, the outcome is powerful.’Much like our long departed balloons, it’s only upwards and onwards from here for the Believe and Do Good campaign.The real impact of this campaign will be if we can carry the compassion we shared as a community going forward, especially in times such as this, where we are closing our doors to each other instead of keeping them open. People react strangely to kindness – it’s unexpected. That gives us a lot to think about.