June 28, 2012
I love PT. The interns are wonderful, they do such a great job, and they learn so much in the PT system. I have friends in Nashville & Mobile who have modeled programs after PT; that speaks volumes. The PT kids are great. I love going down to Oak Cliff UMC to read with them. I am honored to give financially, with in-kind donations, by taking our church's youth and families, and by always keeping PT on our church's radar. Here's a little anecdote about how our youth have learned from PT's work. Last year, we took a group of Jr. High youth to another US city and worked with a NGO for urban kids and youth. After 3 days with that group, I overheard two of our kids talking about how disappointed they were in the treatment of the program participants, the lack of direction given to the college interns who were running the program, and our kids couldn't discern any real objective for the program. One of them said, "It's just not like PT." Our two kids had been to PT a handful of times, and in that limited experience, PT set the bar. Keep up the good work, PT.
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