March 8, 2012
I'll start again because I hit the "enter" button and my review disappeared. I have been a monthly donor for several years with Help the Helpless and I'm thoroughly satisfied and amazed at the significant progress this group of staff, voluneers and children have achieved. I learned of this organization through a trusted television program. I made contact and received a valuable packet of information. The packet included a map of the specific geographic area where this needs exists, a brief history about the local peoples (their way of life, government, religious and cultural beliefs). I learned how great the need is for help with the deaf/mute, with loss the loss of limbs (legs/arms), food, shelter and educational training. For the most part these children are mentally sound but grossly lack advocates with their government and the poverty prevents assistance. The founding Father Anthony and his staff and volunteers have established a truly wonderful vibrant, living and growing community. Children are receiving education with meaningful skills. Many are becoming teachers fully certified by the Indian government and graduates are sort after. These young adults are receiving salaries to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. Others are being taught employable skills based on their highest abilities. Finally, I receive udates from the field with written notes from the sponsored child. This organization is top of the line. The mission and its execution are beyond reproach. Bless Father Anthony, his successors, staff, volunteers, children and donors. THANK YOU for giving me this opportunity to share my experience and beilief in this outstanding group.
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