My Nonprofit Reviews
Missing Angel Garcia
Review for LostNMissing, Inc, Londonderry, NH, USA
My son Angel "Ito" Garcia went missing on October 21st of last year while riding his dirt bike. It is now November 26 of 2012 and there is still no sign of him or his bike. The police have no lead whatsoever on this case. It is as if it never happened. Angel is my only son and if there is anything that I know about him best that is that he will never leave without letting his dad, sister or my self know of is whereabouts. It has being extremely difficult for me, his dad, sister as well as the rest of the family and friends. We all agree that Angel is a bright young man who is respectful towards others and a very funny kid. I am thankful to the All Mighty God for helping me raise my son to be a kid of good. But must important I thank God for all the strength that he has given me and continues to give me in order to continue with the faith that I some day soon or latter will find my son. I also thank Jehovah for putting this wonderful organization in my path. LostNMissing have being my guardian Angel's since the day they contacted me. The are the ones who helped make possible awareness of my son's disappearing. They came to my rescue just when I felt alone, when I felt I had nobody I can come to for help. The made an amazing Vigil possible for my son for his first anniversary, they provided us with quality flyers and not only that but they also made it possible to put his picture on a bill borad. I don't think that there is anything in this world that will top the love, concerned, and kindness that this organization has provided us. I love you all very much, you are all my Angel's sent from heaven. I wish you all the best and many blessing to you all, there is nothing in this world that can tap your loyalty and your kindness. Thank you all for your continued support. Love, Laura
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