My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Songs of Love Foundation, Forest Hills, NY, USA
We first learned about the Songs of Love foundation thru the Montifiore childrens Hospital in the Bronx, NY. Our daughter Britney had a kidney biopsy and the results revealed she has kidney desease. Her bone marrow had shut down and the situation became critical for us. That has got to be the darkest time in our lifes. Our little girl 12 years old was so swallen from meds our family and friends didn't even recognized her. By the grace of God thru a miracle our daughter recovered. The songs of love foundation wrote her a song. Still weak she would always smile when she heard her song playing. Now in remission and 13 years old she is raising money to introduce the songs of love foundation to the sick children in Puerto Rico where we now live. She needs to raise about $5,000.00. So far she has raised a little over $1000.00. I asked her why is this so important to her and she said she wants other sick children to experience something happy at a time when they are so afraid of the unknown like she was. The song made her smile alot and returned her self esteem. I am so grateful to them for the ray of light they brought us at such a dark time that I became a music messenger for them. The SONG of LOVE makes so manny sad hearts smile including the family and friends of the sick child. we as a family are grateful to them and we could only wish they really knew the impact they have on so many lifes.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
that they wrote a song for our daughter Britney.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The loving manner in wish they treat the children. It's all about the kids.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
A special kind of people.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Spread alot more love and smiles and make alot more sad little hearts happy.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?