VANISHED CHILDREN'S ALLIANCE
November 11, 2008
On Oct. 22nd, I visited the VCA facility in Jose and the ladies that work at this facility took the time to talk to me about what they do as individuals and as team. From what I gathered, they go above and beyond to bring missing children back home throughout the United States; that to me is a passion to do some good for the world. The shifts members were really friendly and excited about what they do. We need more people like you who want to make a difference in this world. I personally command you on what you do and continue to do for the community. There it is a GOLD STAR for every child you find after being separated from their loved-ones. I don't know each of you by name yet, but I hope to continue this relationship by volunteering in areas you may need help and get to know you. I do call upon our community to help in any way they can as the communities around you need your help. Make a difference in someone life, make a connection with someone you don't know, and be a hero for someone special. I am just grateful that I had the opportunity to visit and understand the extends of VCA work. Thanks to each of you for your hard work and making me feel comfortable during my visit. You guys are a great team and keep up the awesome work.
There's a lot need to be done, so this is your chance to do the world some good. You are very much encouraged to check out VCA website and take the time and get to know the blessing in our community. Just go and check them out, (trust me), you will learn more that a thing or two. Thanks
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
It's not about the money but making a difference. One can leave a lasting impression but $$$ can be spent within few hours of getting it.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
General Member of the Public & Visited the VCA facility and will be volunteering in up coming event 11/15/08.