My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Breaking Ground Inc, Chicago, IL, USA
Robert Thomeson To Whom It May Concern, my time at Breaking Ground has turned out better than I expected. Being that I’m young, I thought I wasn’t going to have much interest in this program because of the fact that I wanted to be outside and hanging out with friends. But this is turning out to be a good experience. I just recently graduated from high school and didn’t intend on going to a college or university. I was finding times were hard to get a job and was starting to stress until I was informed about this program. I thought it was a blessing. Now I have something to do with my time instead of sitting in the house all day. I think this program will be beneficial in the near future. I enjoy the class and the students here at Breaking Ground. I’m glad I’m here. I thank the Breaking Ground family for this experience during these hard times because without the help they gave me from this program, I think I would still be going through a struggle trying to figure out what I will do with my future. Sincerely, Robert Thomeson
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the knowledge I'm receiving about different aspects of life.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Very friendly. It keeps me in a comfortable setting.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
can improve by helping more and more people in need. and provide different trainings for people who are willing to learn.
Ways to make it better...
I learned about this program sooner. Other than that, this has been a great experience.
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
The fact where people within the program comes from. I think people who have little knowledge about this organization would have doubts about the people who comes from Breaking Ground. Until they actually get to see how it is for their self.
One thing I'd also say is that...
I hope that this Organization grows and other areas because i think it would be a blessing for a lot of people of is trying to do good in their life.
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