My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Love Without Boundaries Foundation, Edmond, OK, USA
My two youngest children were adopted from China. After traveling to bring my daughters home, on two separate trips, I was left worrying about the children who were left behind in the crowded orphanages. I would watch my own girls sleeping in their comfortable and warm beds and wonder about the "brothers and sisters" still living as orphans in China. I was initially drawn to Love Without Boundaries because their work centers on the children who remain in China, waiting for families of their own. As I learned more about this foundation and all the amazing work they have done, I knew I wanted to volunteer my time and resources to help them accomplish their mission. Joining Love Without Boundaries as a volunteer was one of the best decisions I ever made. Every day I know I make a difference in the lives of the orphans who are still waiting in China to be adopted. Both of my daughters lived with foster families in China before being adopted. I believe the individual love and attention they received in their homes greatly improved their development and well-being and showed them how to give and receive love. I now volunteer with the Love Without Boundaries Foster Care Program. It is incredibly meaningful for me to help other children benefit from foster care they way my own children did until they were adopted. This program is changing lives for these children.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Receiving the photos and stories of the children who are living in foster care. Seeing them wrapped up in the arms of their foster mothers or fathers and feeling true love and care is very emotional for me.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
The most dedicated and compassionate people volunteer with Love Without Boundaries. All of the staff I work with are committed to changing the lives of orphans in China. They give their time and hearts to the kids!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Save lives by providing urgent surgery for orphans in China. It could offer foster care in every province in China. It could send hundreds of orphans to school and aid could be given children needing clothes, diapers, medicines, ect.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?