September 20, 2012
I found Collateral Repair Project quite by chance on social networks and was immediately impressed by their Facebook page. To backtrack a little: I was horrified by the immense humanitarian crisis suffered by Iraqis and started reading more about it 3 years ago. It seemed the world didn't notice the millions of Iraqis, who had to leave their homes and it stunned me that hardly anyone was doing anything to help these people. Or even raise awareness of their critical situations. And I have been a major supporter of non- profits for a long time. However, through a mutual friend, I found CRP. I said I was impressed by their page; this is a non profit that literally works on a shoestring. But the simplest actions really brings benefit to people; whether it's a dominos night for men or simply purchasing a fan, a twin burner stove to make a families life easier. And the people who run CRP are clearly passionate about what they do... they use social media to promote their activities so all the resources they do have, are directly for the people they help. I cannot say enough about how much I admire CRP and I am writing this review for one reason only; to promote what they do because it would be awful to see such an initiative disappear.
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