My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for BILLY COOK FOUNDATION, Newark, DE, USA
Hi, I noticed this site and sen the statement this site had placed. There was no reviews so I wanted to make a note. I was the one who wrote that statement. They not only helped us deal with something few could possibly grasp --as far as what we went through-- and gave us the ability to have her home with me at al times. You see, being in a hospital isn't what my Lady wanted. I'm so grateful for what they did for us and myself and our Son after we lost the love of her life. The CF foundation didn't do anything for us except to get the word out I guess. But this organaization, these wonderful people are indeed the real thing. The Billy Cook Foundation was formed after a wonderful stronge couple lost their Son Billy from cystic fibrosis. I had met him just once before he later passed away. He was indeed a remarkable person with a great way about him. he was loved by many. As so with Kari, she was simply a wonderful caring person who showed her love with me and our Son which was beyond any I have seen in my life. These wonderful people gave us a second chance so we could "live" a little while she was still alive. If you have ever been through a loss from illness, you would know what I mean by that. Anyway, thanks for reading and I don't ask for much, but please, if you are able in any way to help them help others ( many which are kids ) then please provide them with youre love. They will "pass it on" to those in need. Thank You Tim Perry
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
They were respectful
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Do more than any other I'm very sure of that. They are honest, real and down to earth. It would make wonderful use of such a gift
Ways to make it better...
They did everything we needed. There was nothig more they could have done.
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
Not enough people know what Cystic Fibrosis is and that is something we are all working on. There are about 30,000 people (mostly children) born with cf (cystic fibrosis) It is the worst way to come to ones end in life.
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