My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for A.L.A.Y.A , Houston, TX, USA
My Ministry W.S.O.H.O.M.M was a sponsor on their Outreach as well as a participant in their E.S.S. WALKATHON (empty sella syndrome) that was to educate women who have not been able to become pregnant and suffer from this syndrome. The purpose of that walkathon brought awareness to the community of Missouri City, Texas and also women across the globe. A.L.A.Y.A. is obtaining ways to have more research in finding out how your pituary gland becomes empty and educate women as well as men. I have worked on other Community Outreach Projects with A.L.A.Y.A. Ministries as they partnered with W.S.O.H.O.M.M. in the area of providing school supplies to the Third Ward Community in The Cuney Homes Housing Apartments, or just children who were in need by word of mouth through our ministry as mothers of low income would call me and have a need to register their children in school and needed school supplies, I called A.L.A.Y.A. Ministries we met off the beltway she gave me back packs for a boy and a girl and distributed the supplies to needed children. Mrs. Colquitt is an awesome women of God and it is a honor and privilege to partner with her in Community Outreach Projects. She is a young woman of excellence and integrity.
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I was able to network with other organizations in the areas of health, foods & family. I can go to ALAYA Ministries and get tips o how to do a walkathon.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
It made me feel great, supportive, overwhelmed, a blessing, a grand opportunity to be apart of an organization that has gone to this magnitude to educate others and share her testimony of what she has experienced with the empty sella syndrome.