My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for LostNMissing, Inc, Londonderry, NH, USA
My brother Timur Mardeyev went missing on November, 29 of 2011 in Oklahoma. It's been 15 months since I've seen him last time. It's been a very hard time for my family because we are very close to him. While I am his sister I made a promise to my mom before her passing that I would care for my little brother. The first few months after Timur went missing we didn't know what to do. Our local police department didn't give us much help, actually didn't want take this case to serious for a while since my brother is an adult male of 27 years of age. We were trying to search for any help through the Internet and trying to find people in the same situation. I found Cynthia Caron and LostNMissing, Inc. through the search on Facebook and made a call. Since she and her team took on my brother's case we have finally had the searches and help we've needed! Cynthia and her staff are amazing! I couldn't make it so far without her! From just a person who helps families of missing she is now one of my best friends! She always supports us, she always has the right words to say, she always has sound advice and guidance. Every day, twice or more, she reposts every missing person case on their facebook page, she reaches the media to get the information in to the public, she makes the posts and events for missing persons and their families. What amazes me is that LostNMissing, Inc. never charges for any thing nor for any help they give. They are working just to help families without asking anything back. I feel like God send her to us to help and support us through this hard time. She is very professional and intelligent person. Without her help and support we would be lost.
My family and I would highly recommend Cynthia Caron and her team at LostNMissing, Inc. to anyone going through this stressful situation.
God Bless Cynthia and her staff!
Gulnara Brown and family.
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