My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Artists Striving To End Poverty Inc, New York, NY, USA
I had the great pleasure of working with Mary-Mitchell Campbell on a benefit for ASTEP this past May. Mary-Mitchell was working at the college where I teach and organized a wonderful benefit/ fund raiser for ASTEP. We did 'Songs for a New World' under her direction and I had the honor of choreographing it. It was through this experience that I became acquainted with this organization. At all times through this process the need and importance of what we were doing was never forgotten. The children we were raising money for were always on my mind at least. What is really rewarding about this particular organization is your artistry is so important to the success and it is an amazing feeling to use your art in away to help people and give a little back. We as artist really don't make much money so we really can't give much in that way, but we can give of our time and what we love the most to help. ASTEP let's you do that and in fact excepts you to use your art to the best of your ability to help. It is a well run organization and every one who I have come in contact with has the passion and determination to continue this wonderful journey as well as making you feel like you are just as important as the big stars that they get to help raise money. I can't say enough about how wonderful these people are and how important and great the organization is for the world. They deserve all the awards and praise that they receive and then some.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The people. They are wonderful and kind and know what they are doing. The are passionate, and share their love of the organization freely.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Kind, knowledgeable, and determined
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Change the world for the better in terms of the children and their self expression and passion and self esteem.
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