My Nonprofit Reviews
Manuel Martinez Navoa
Review for Mary Queen Of All Nations Missionary Alliance, Dover, NJ, USA
I am very thankful for Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliancde in their way of helping missionaries like me. They have been helping me in carrying my missions reaching to very far prisons and jauks inb the Philippines providing me with funds in order for me to buy for the needs of the prisoners I am visiting in buying medicines for the sick prisoners who are sick with fever, skin diseases, cough, diarrhea, and other sickness. Trough the money they are sending me I use them in buying for letter envelopes and writing papers in which the prisoners can write to their loved ones, milk and chocolate powder,laundry soaps to wash the dirty clothes of the prisoners and the clean their prison cells, bath soaps, candies, biscuits, and other necessities of the prisoners I buy in the nearest stores in the prisons.Sis. Merla Ricafranca, the one in charge visited me in the Philippines and sees my missions and even distribute rosaries and other spiritual materials for the spiritual needs of the prisoners. This is my commitment to God going to all the prisons when God saved me from death in the prison and have me be a missionary sharing the love and mercy of God to the prisoners. I hope that you can make Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance be given the number one to ber supported as they are sacrificing their whole life to many missions all over the world and they are working with in their heart to alleviate the sufferings of many people in the world and help missionaries lioke me do works to help the suffering people. May God reward you for your great efforts helping many and God has great reward. I hope you can give priority to Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance asa they work non stop all over the world helping poor people. Manuel Navoa.
How would you describe the help you got from this organization?
How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?
How do you feel you were treated by this organization?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?