My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Mercy Multiplied, Nashville, TN, USA
I first learned about Mercy over a decade ago after hearing Nancy tell her story at a women's conference. After reading Nancy's book, I really identified with her heart to help girls and the principles by which she was guided to do it, particularly offering them help free of charge so they would know they were cared for and valued and not just viewed as a profit center. It's been incredible to see how God has blessed this ministry, expanded their reach and their homes, and the testimonies of the girls' changed lives are the greatest evidence of their success. I believe Nancy's heart to do things with excellence reflects the heart of God in how He views the broken women who come to Mercy for help and restoration. I love that girls who are written off by their families, society and all sorts of medical and psychological personnel graduate Mercy and go on to become doctors, missionaries, wives, Fulbright scholars... What further evidence do we need that a great God, a dedicated staff and an effective ministry can indeed redeem and transform lives? I invest money for a living and am even more judicious with my personal giving, and can honestly say that an investment in Mercy yields a great return every time.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the amazing testimonies of lives transformed. I've visited the Nashville home firsthand and met with Nancy and some of the key staff.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Christy Singleton, the Development Director. She wears alot of hats, gets the job done, is a great sounding board, is incredibly responsive, and over the years of our interaction has become a true friend.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
kind, caring, intelligent and committed.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
open more homes and provide help for the 750+ girls currently on their waiting list.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
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