My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Any Soldier Inc., Waldorf, MD, USA
I'm a supporter over 6 years now. Any Soldier is easy to understand and to use. If I have a question - I get answer and help " in the next minute". Very easy and sometimes witty is in detail is listed about the rules " what to send" How to send" , Where to send... And what is not to send. The way how it's explain make really sense in the simple words without that anybody can feel offended. It's not a bitter dry site - the humor and love is always to read and feel.
It allows to send packages once or more times, also only to send letters of support.
. Any Soldier is like a friendly big family that welcome new people with open arms. Supporters can share ideas and help eachother-, the detail informations are just perfect, like when the APO fopr the unit close, the information emails a supporter get " to not send anything anymore" cause the contact did not response to the Any soldier page. Also that AnySoldier send reminder to the heros. Anysoldier help in so many ways.
Would you volunteer for this group again?
For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?
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What one change could this group make that would improve your volunteer experience?
I think at the moment not one !!!
Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)
More respect and I found really new friends, it helps me to get new ideas what to send in packages and there is always an " open ear and heart" . People who would not really come together in real life , doesnt matter if rich or poor, come together on AnySoldier.com and help eachother.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
I know I'm not alone doing this and when I need help I get it in the next minute! It's a big family . I learned a lot . Even when it's not easy sometimes it is really like being in a big family
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