My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for San Diego Bird Rescue, San Diego, CA, USA
I am sorry to open everyone's eyes, BUT THIS IS NOT a non-profit organization. The birds are kept under OK conditions, temperature is ok for them but the majority of time, more than 20 HOURS a day the birds live inside a warehouse with fake lighting, and the curtains closed till Mr. Galloway also known as Greg Williams, attends to them in the midday, he lives a wild night life and can't attend to them early in the mornings.
Some of the birds are in really bad shape cause he takes them from owners who neglect them, BUT he doesn't really take them to the VET right away, eventually he does.
This company IS NOT REGISTERED UNDER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS..so it IS NOT a non-profit. He is actually AGAINST the law by having so many volunteers working hard for him. Volunteers work very hard and they are the people who make the money for this guy.
Greg drops the birds at the park and drives away for hours at the time, or organizes meetings at this warehouse and leaves the volunteers to run this place, Greg can also be pretty rude with people and name calls people. But the point here is, that this business is NOT a non-profit. Greg collects the money from people like us who willingly give and he ends up spending it on his own bills and wild life. He says "white people are really stupid for giving so much and not asking enough"...SO now you see what he is all about...these birds can always go to a better place, not to mask his dishonest behavior...he is using these birds to make money for himself, and to "hook" with as many women as he can...without being caught....smooth mouth can convince anyone he is a "good man"...BEWARE!! and STOP giving this guy money....HE NEEDS TO find a decent job not use volunteers and women to support his own wild life.....STOP GREG GALLOWAY
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