My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Bountiful Harvest Ministries Inc, Alexandria, IN, USA
About three years ago I met in the Beauty for Ashes home for a Bible study. During this time I met the director and assistant director, both of whom are dedicated to the vision and mission of this transitional home for women and children. I was asked to assist in the clerical work of the ministry. I have seen the leadership work tirelessly, with no compensation, to see that the needs and concerns of Beauty for Ashes are met. The wise and careful stewardship of this ministry is unquestionable. The needs of the women and the home are always the top priority for the resources that come in. It has been a walk of faith for this ministry and God's hand has blessed the women leaving Beauty for Ashes with further education, jobs, housing on their own and a renewed life in Christ. This ministry is blessed with dedicated leadership, women who want a change in their lives and supporters who willing give to further the vision of Beauty for Ashes. It is my prayer that God would continue this ministry of giving hope to the women and children who come to the doors of this life changing ministry.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the friendship of one of the ladies who lived at Beauty for Ashes. She finds life challenging at times but always has an up-beat attitude and a deep appreciation for the transidtional home AND she is making it on her own!
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the dedication, vision, mission and stewardship of the leadership. It is a joy to be a part of the ever changing situations with the unwavering leadership.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
provide more one on one counseling, expand the facilities to minister to more women and children, provide more on site supervision, have more staff to meet the many needs of the ministry without over extending the current leadership and so much more.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?