My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Miracle Foundation, Austin, TX, USA
The Miracle Foundation takes the non-profit sector to an entirely new level. With their level of expertise, patience and unconditional love for the children of India you are able to see first-hand just how much hard work and heart goes into this organization. I encourage everyone I know to donate, become a sponsor and travel to India so they can see for themselves the miracles in action.
In the Spring of 2011 and 2012 I traveled to India with The Miracle Foundation. The Miracle Foundation team does an outstanding job of making you feel comfortable and happy the entire trip. Aside from their incredible amount of professionalism, care taking abilities and intelligence, the orphanages they support speak for themselves. I went to India with The Miracle Foundation thinking I would change a child's life but little did I know the children are the ones that changed my life forever. During each tour, we worked on a project for whatever home we visited & never have I seen such a happy and grateful group of kids.
The team members of The Miracle Foundation do an outstanding job of using your time wisely, allowing time to yourself and being open to ideas and input. Even after our trip, the Miracle Foundation did a wonderful job keeping in touch with me ; to see how I was doing, how the trip went & what I would change in the future. At first, I thought they were kidding when they told us you return to the states with a new Miracle Foundation family. But enough time has passed that I know they were not kidding; I really do have a family within this foundation.
The Miracle Foundation is an honest, unconditionally loving & hard-working organization. This organization has become part of my family & part of who I am and I would recommend this organization to anyone and everyone that is wanting to be part of a miracle.
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