My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Each One Reach One, South San Francisco, CA, USA
My experience with EORO started at its inception - i donated without designating how my donation would be applied, but after a chance meeting with Robin Sohnen, Founder and Executive Director I knew my donation would be well-placed helping at risk youth. I have the benefit of hindsight now - and besides monetary donations over the years I have volunteered doing office work, been a volunteer at their fundraisers and a Board Member. I've seen first hand EORO's mission delivered, their growth as a non-profit and the inroads politically to make a difference in these youth's lives. And the youth population has responded - EORO's programming speaks to a need that breaks down internal walls and sets youth free. I've been to the performances and witnessed the closing circle where youth in detention, their parole officers, their mentors and sometimes family members join hands and you can see that the youth's lives has changed forever. I am honored to be involved with EORO - it has enriched my life in untold ways. Thank you EORO!
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