My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Youthlinc, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
My daughter went to Africa three years ago with YOUTHLINC.... changed her life forever - she came home with a humanitarian heart on fire! YOUTHLINC changed our whole family - we all have the bug! I went with YOUTHLINC on a Alumni trip this spring to Thailand and my life was transformed! I saw and did things i did not believe possible. Stood and cried as i entered my first buddhist temple, threw my heartache into the indian ocean and stood back and watched my daughter grow and stretch her arms open even farther to embrace the people of thailand. We had an amazing time. It connected us in a way that is hard to describe! When you go on these trips you think you are going to make a difference when really the difference happens in you! I met so many wonderful americans on the trip and we bonded...... it is a highlight of my 47 years! Youthlinc inspires and creates a place for people to find their soul and expand that to reach places unknown! I am pleased to be part of the youthlinc family! I feel blessed and honored to have spent time with 'youthlincers!' The spirit of humanitarianism is alive and well with this group! they head out with the hope and desire to do good deeds and they do... changing lives one heart at a time! I find it pure joy to watch my one and only daughter find her way in this life through helping others.... no better gift and she means it from her toes to her nose! Youthlinc was her jumping off point and i believe that she is headed to so pretty amazing things in life because of this experience! Thank-you Youthlinc for allowing me an front row seat to so much hard wok, concern, caring and magic! it is a beautiful thing! Much Peace!!! wendy hanson
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
watching young people find their humanitarian hearts!!!
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Hard working, funny, caring, kind, at times silly and the most open hearted people i know!!!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Change the World!!!!
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?