PINS FOR PAULY FOUNDATION
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Location: 24 Kenny Ave % Andreas Pavlou Merrick NY 11566 USA
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Pins For Pauly has been helping Children with Leukemia and their Families since 2002. The Pins For Pauly Foundation is keeping expenses to 0 since all of the work is done through Volunteers and the running expenses come mostly from the Board of Director's personal accounts.
100% of the Funds WILL go to children with Leukemia and their families for support.
Throughout the years Pins for Pauly Foundation has helped over 200 families.
I would unquestionably recommend this Foundation both for Volunteers and Donations.
I would sugest meeting the people behind Pins For Pauly Foundation, they are easy to reach and very discreet and honest. Good people that lost their Son Paul Pavlou, who is the founder of this Non profit Organization at the age of 15.
You can read about Paul's story at http://www.pinsforpauly.org
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I have the privilege of knowing the board of directors and I also have read the Thank you letters which are kept discreetly from publishing in to the internet. I participated in one of the annual events (bowlathon)
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
just let the word know who these people are and what they do.
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Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)
throughout my experience as a volunteer i have learned new skills in internet marketing and trafficking but most importantly i have learned that there are people in this world that fight every day to make it a better place and just by knowing people like them you feel the world IS a better place.
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one word: Proud
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