We've been telling you the story of Bertha Haywood. A hit-and-run driver crashed into her rental home making it unlivable and leaving her with nowhere to go.
A FOX 7 viewer saw Haywood's story and is offering to loan his camper to her for as long she needs.
Jason Neeley, says it was Haywood's uplifting spirit and smile that touched him. Neeley was cleaning the camper out as Haywood says she was praying for something good to happen.
"I felt like the Holy Ghost came through me and said hey there's something you could do nice for somebody," said Neeley.
There's only one problem. Haywood's landlord won't allow the camper to be at her home so she has to find land to put it on. She says she has faith it will all work out.
"As long as you've got God, you've got all you need! Hallelujah," said Haywood.
Police are still looking for the driver who crashed into Haywood's house. If you have any information, contact Austin Police.
KTBC FOX 7119 East 10th StreetAustin, TX 78701Phone: (512) 476-7777Fax: (512) 495-7001