Disabled elderly woman faces eviction from home – learns neighbors have been changing the mortgage

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    Alice Smith was afflicted with polio as an infant. As a result, the sixtysomething woman was left both mentally and physically disabled.

    Alice’s parents understood that her disabilities would make it next to impossible for her to ever pay for her home in Haddenfield, New Jersey.

    So before they died, they arranged for the house to be paid for so she can continue living there.

    Decades passed, and Alice was able to live at home reasonably independently, with the help of a few caretakers. But when taxes increased to $8,500 per year, she got behind on payments and faced foreclosure.

    The disabled senior was about to be forced out of the only home she’s ever known.

    FOX News asked Alice, “If somebody told you they wanted you to move, what would you say?”

    “Hell no, you go to hell!” she replied.

    Alice’s brother and grandson knew they were almost out of options. They banded together to start a GoFundMe page to bring the home back to code before they could stop foreclosure, but no one could have imagined what happened next.

    Within a short amount of time, thousands of people came to Alice’s aid.

    Not only did they raise enough money to make the necessary repairs, but they also made enough to cover the back taxes.

    Now Alice can live out her days in peace in the home her parents wanted her to have.

    Check out this video to find out more about Alice’s incredible story.