My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Community United Effort (Cue), Wilmington, NC, USA
I first got involved with the CUE in 2006, when Monica added my sister to her "ON THE ROAD TO REMEMBER" Tour. My sister Dori was abducted on January 11, 2006, and is still missing, I was living a life of "Time marches on, yet it stands so still". Reliving the day Dori disappeared, over and over, not knowing what to do to keep her name in the press and make her important to anyone that would listen.
It wasn't until a few years later that I volunteered to do some graphic work for the CUE, that I started to learn so many things about how to keep Dori;s case fresh in the minds of the community and in the news. It was eye opening and life changing knowing that I wasn't alone.
Seeing the never ending perserverance and dedication that Monica and everyone involved with the CUE put into finding Resolution for the families of the missing is a very humbling experience, I call Monica the "ERIN BROCKOVICH" of missing persons, because she knows each and everyone of her Missing, and with her straight forward, no-nonsense attitude, guides each and everyone of the families, she is rock solid and believes in what she does.
I am so fortunate to be involved the the best organization I have ever volunteered for, albeit under the worst of circumstances. The CUECENTER for Missing Persons is family to me. I have met the greatest people and will continue volunteering as long as they will have me.
From Newbies, to Long term, we are all in it together searching for the answers we all deserve, and knowing that we have Monica fighting for us, fighting to find our Missing loved ones and doing everything in her power to give us hope, makes me want to do more too.
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