My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Matty Fund aka Matthew Siravo Memorial Fundation, Inc., Warwick, RI, USA
The Matthew Siravo Memorial Foundation is a Wonderful nonprofit organization commited to helping families deal with the realities and uncertainties of epilepsy and seizure disorders. All staff members at the foundation, including Mr and Mrs Siravo have been a great help to my family from the moment that we began our long journey to get a diagnosis for my daughter. Each and every time I have contacted the foundation with a question or just feeling frustrated, someone has answered the phone or responded very quickly to any message that I have left via phone or email. The activities that are offered for the families served under this Non profit are outstanding also. Camp Matty and the other activities, including the M.E. Support group give children and families dealing with seizure disorders a place to go where they can interact with other families dealing with the same and/or similar issues and also have a safe and fun atmosphere where the children can still feel "normal". This has to be one of the best non profits ever created, especially if you are looking for one dealing with seizure disorders. I am grateful to have The Matthew Siravo Memorial Foundation in my families life, and I know many other families feel the same way.
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My family participates in Camp Matty, the M.E. (My Epilepsy) support group, The Matty 5K and Mighty Dash, and many other activities the Matthew Siravo memorial Foundation offers throughout the year.
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There is not really much that could be changed about this organization. There is a wonderful staff and great resources.
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Second opinions and just trying to keep things as "normal" as I can.
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